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  Honey ~ Honey Bees
Honey is a sweet viscous liquid derived from the nectar of flowers, by bees.
Honey is used largely in baking, because it is hydroscopic meaning it draws moisture from it's surrounding environment.
Honey found in earthen vessels in the Egyptian tombs, although buried for centuries, was unspoiled.
www.thomashoney.com /honey_bees.html   (1530 words)

 Comb honey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Comb honey is produced by honeybees in a hive.
Before the invention of honey extractor almost all honey produced was in the form of comb honey.
Comb honey production is more suitable for areas with a prolonged honeyflow from dutch clover, alsike, and yellow clover.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Comb_honey   (257 words)

 Bee's Wax   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
It possesses a subtle odor reminiscent of the honey, pollen and propolis aromas produced in the bee colony.
On the average, 8 pounds of honey are consumed for each pound of wax made by the colony.
In removing the crop of honey; we uncap the frames of honey with a hot knife to expose the honey and extract it from the frame using centrifugal force.
www.swarmbustinhoney.com /bee_wax.html   (317 words)

 Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
COMB HONEY: Honey in the wax combs, usually produced and sold as a separate unit, such as a wooden section 4-1/2" square, or a plastic round ring.
HONEY COLOR: Measured by a Pfund grader, honey colors are classified between water white to white, to amber to dark amber (7 gradations).
HONEY SAC: Also called honey stomach, an enlargement at the posterior (back) end of a bees' esophagus but lying in the front part of the abdomen, capable of expanding when full of liquid such as nectar or water.
www.homestead.com /BeeKeepers/files/glossary.htm   (4879 words)

 Beetech Engineering
Extractor is primarily designed to achieve maximum extraction of manuka honey from combs within the shortest possible time, while minimising comb damage.
Each time the extractor reverses its cycle direction, any remaining honey in the cells is essentially stirred by the change in direction of the forces applied thus helping to break down the bonds in thixotropic honey.
The reason for this is that the tighter the radius for a given tangential speed, the greater the centrifugal force available for separating honey from the combs (analogous to the greater G force one experiences in a car, the tighter a corner is taken).
www.beetechnz.com   (810 words)

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Honey without the wax comb is prepared by cutting off the wax cappings and whirling the comb in a honey "extractor," where centrifugal force moves the honey out of the cells.
Honey tends to absorb moisture, which can lower its quality; the higher the temperature at which honey is stored, the more likely it is to be damaged.
Honey is safe for older children and adults because the botulism spores cannot grow in their mature intestines.
www.ag.uiuc.edu /~vista/html_pubs/honey/honey.html   (1346 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
We turned the extractor by hand and the centrifugal force would cause the honey to leave the cells of the frame into the inside wall of the extractor, then flow to the bottom.
The honey would be drained from the bottom of the extractor into a pail, which we poured through cheesecloth into a 50 gallon barrel.
When Dad finished taking the honey from the bees, he took over most of the uncapping, as this is the part that demands the most sustained effort and is the most tiring.
www.upstel.net /johns/History/docs/reuben.html   (809 words)

 benefit honey,  honey product ,drink honey,honey extractor,honey health benefits,honey medicinal
Honey acts as an antibacterial and antifungal agent and helps disinfect and speed the healing process in wounds, scrapes and burns.
Raw honey is unprocessed and has up to 50 percent more vitamins than processed or cooked honey.
Honey cleans teeth and dentures, and kills germs in the mouth.
www.india4world.com /India-Health/Nutrition/Nutrition-Honey.shtml   (297 words)

Creamed honey: Honey made to crystallize smoothly by seeding with 10 percent crystallized honey and storing at about 57 degrees F. Cross pollination: Transfer of pollen between plants which are not of identical genetic material.
Honey stomach: (Honey sac) An enlargement of the posterior end of the oesophagus in the bee abdomen.
Honey sump: Temporary honey-holding area with baffles usually placed between the extractor and the honey pump; tends to hold back sizable pieces of wax and comb.
maarec.cas.psu.edu /bkCD/glossary_BUS.html   (2932 words)

 Harvesting Honey
Honey is acidic, so don’t use items such as aluminum and galvanized steel that will react with the honey acids.
Honey that rests for a few days after extracting will not leave tiny bubbles around the rim of a jar.
If the honey in an extracting room is more appealing than local flowers, the neighborhood bees will try to feast on it and tell all their friends.
outdoorplace.org /beekeeping/extracting.htm   (1578 words)

 Raw Honey Standards
We can produce honey, which for all practical purposes, is the same as it exists in the beehive, keeping in mind the ambient temperature in a particular area or the highest ambient temperature in the contiguous United States (more on this later).
It could be argued that Honey, all Honey is described by the above, but in a regulated market if you are selling a generic product like honey there are rules, regulations, and soon new taxes for those who for the most part been using negative advertising on their honey labels.
Honey is honey, "pure" honey, or "natural", or "organic" are used to show a difference between one honey over another, when their may be no difference that can be detected by the consumer as all honey it is hoped is pure, natural, and organic.
www.xs4all.nl /~jtemp/RawHoney.html   (1875 words)

Wax floats on top of honey and is held in pail by baffle and out the side pipe.
Two frame hand-operated honey extractor with gears and crank on top of extractor.
HONEY EXTRACTOR WITH POWER DRIVE- Same as 4-frame non-reversible honey extractor, but with electric power drive and electric motor.
www.fwjones.com /extra2.html   (271 words)

 Living the Scientific Life (or Scientist, Interrupted): Beelicious Hell's Kitchen Honey
After both sides of the honeycombs had been completely uncapped, the frames were placed end-up into the honey extractor that was standing on a nearby table.
The honey extractor is a tall round steel drum with an electric rotor inside that spins like a centrifuge.
The freshly harvested honey was subdivided into individual glass jars through an opened valve at the bottom of the plastic bucket.
girlscientist.blogspot.com /2004/11/beelicious-hells-kitchen-honey.html   (1442 words)

 All About Honey
Honey, a pure, natural sweetener prepared by bees from nectar collected from wild and cultivated flowers, was the first sweetener known to man. It is frequently mentioned in the Bible and depicted in cave paintings from prehistoric times.
Honeys are also blended during packing to produce a pleasing taste combination that can be duplicated throughout the year.
Recipes containing honey need to be beaten longer and more vigorously than sugar recipes, and when baking with honey, add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda for each cup of honey used and lower the temperature by 25 degrees.
www.draperbee.com /info/honey.htm   (1348 words)

 Hive Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Since I didn't have an extractor (a centrifuge that pulls the honey out of the comb - very expensive) the goal was to cut the comb and send the honey in the comb.
An extractor is used by commercial bee yards to remove the honey because it leaves the comb intact.
The fiddling in the kitchen with wax and honey was something I managed to drag out for a month or two in the winter, and gradually faded into planning and preparing for the second season.
webpages.charter.net /kss2/page23.html   (1013 words)

It is important to leave them enough honey to eat over the winter and she did that and waited patiently for another year to try and harvest some honey.
The honey is removed from the frames by spinning them in a hand cranked device called an extractor.
After all the frames had been spun, we drained the honey into a strainer and after twenty four hour to let it settle, Julie bottled the fruits of her and the bee's labors.
graynews.maine.com /2003-10-03/norumbega.html   (730 words)

 Starting a Small Beekeeping Operation (Small Farm News, MarApr94)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
When Africanized honey bees move into an area, it is extremely difficult for your neighbors to accept the presence of your bees.
At the end of the season, after the honey has been removed, the bees exist on stored honey and pollen until new supplies become available--as long as six months in cold areas.
The cappings are removed and the honey is spun from the combs with a honey extractor.
www.sfc.ucdavis.edu /pubs/SFNews/archive/94032.htm   (1232 words)

 A "Honey" of an Extractor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The purchase of a honey extractor is a significant step for any beekeeper, but the financial burden can prove to be particularly traumatic for the one- or two-hive amateur apiarist.
Because honey is a somewhat viscous substance, a large drain is necessary to allow the extracted sweet to flow from the tub in a relatively short time.
Operating the handcranked honey extractor is, of course, the easiest part of the procedure.
www.motherearthnews.com /library/1981_March_April/A__Honey__of_an_Extractor   (1651 words)

 A Homemade Honey Extractor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
One recommended item—the extractor, which removes honey from the comb—looked like a pretty demanding do-it-yourself project and had no obvious counterparts lying around the house.
Art extractor preserves those neat little hexagons, which saves work for the bees (and, in the long run, time and money for their keeper).
The biggest expense in the construction of our extractor was the 10-to-1 gear reduction, purchased for $7.95 from Airborne Sales, P.O. Box 2727, Culver City, California 90230 and listed in their catalog as a worm drive gear train.
www.motherearthnews.com /library/1975_May_June/A_Homemade_Honey_Extractor   (1158 words)

 Andy Griffin: On the Farm A moment of bee here now October 29, 2003
In a former lifetime, Greg had been a waiter in nice San Francisco eateries like the Slanted Door so it was with a trained and professional eye that he plated up the broken chunks of honeycomb on a plastic bucket lid and served it to a surprised group of kids and adults.
It was a real pleasure to taste the honey in the field surrounded by all the plants that had supplied the hive its nectar and pollen.
The extractor removes the honey from the comb by centrifugal force.
www.santacruzsentinel.com /archive/2003/October/29/style/stories/04style.htm   (913 words)

 My Adventures Extracting Honey by Donald Ray Burger
When I extract the extractor seems to wobble around while I crank it, and I think an open honey gate would result in a trail of honey as the extractor moves away from the pail.
When you are ready to empty the honey from the extractor you place a regular five gallon pail (no honey gate) beneath the extractor's honey gate.
When all that honey is drained, go back to the kitchen and pour that honey through the double strainer/nylon sieve and into the honey bucket.
www.houstonbeekeepers.org /hbaextr.htm   (1975 words)

 How to Prepare Honey for Competition - eHow.com
Let honey sit in the extractor until all wax particles, air bubbles and any foreign matter rises to the top.
Honey should be free from crystals, foreign matter, or air bubbles.
Strain honey from extractor into jars by using a fine strainer and cheesecloth for that clean, shiny, blue-ribbon honey.
www.ehow.com /how_8522_prepare-honey-competition.html   (246 words)

 Hiway16 Magazine... about people and places in north-central British Columbia, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Finally, the frames are placed in a barrel known as a honey extractor, cell membranes and all.
When the handle turns, centrifugal force throws the liquid honey against the edges, letting it trickle down the sides, and out the spout, through a fine strainer and into a pail.
The extracted honey was meant to be their winter food and without something to eat, they will die.
www.hiway16.com /magazine/pages/Tammy/bee/bee3.htm   (282 words)

 Honey Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Crystallization of honey is most rapid at 57°F. Back to top
Honey removed from the comb by a special machine called an extractor and sold in liquid or crystallized form.
The honey bee is the only insect that produces food eaten by man.
www.honey.com /kids/gloss.html   (245 words)

 Honey Harvest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The radial design of this nifty extractor means both sides of your shallows are extracted at the same time.
These honey bears are made from clear plastic (image shows honey in bottle).
Place this queen excluder beneath your honey crop to keep the queen from laying eggs in the honey supers.
www.bee-commerce.com /harvest.asp   (1133 words)

 Honey oil made easy
Whether you call it honey or hash oil, it's the concentrated liquid essence of marijuana and it doesn't take much of it to completely stone you, though its mind-numbing power makes it an acquired taste.
Like Bubble Bags, the Honey Bee Extractor is a Canadian-made product that should revolutionize what we do with what we used to throw away.
The basic concept is a thick plastic tube with a tiny hole at one end and a perforated cap with a filter at the other.
www.cannabisculture.com /articles/3083.html   (1043 words)

 Winslow Press: Reviews
Young Lily Bear asks her father where honey comes from and he backtracks through all of the stages, back to the bee.
“The route of honey production is explained to Lily Bear by her father, working from the ultimate bottle of honey back to the bees.
The author includes information on the bees’ waggle dance, kinds of flowers that are used for honey, a honey board game, and interesting honey facts.
www.winslowpress.com /newsite/reviews.cfm?ID=28   (272 words)

 Beekeeping and Honey Bees Newsletter, May, 1999
Honey bees were frequently used as a symbol of a happy home.
As honey packers become fewer and larger and honey trade on a global scale increases, regional and national supply and demand may become even less useful in predicting market prices.
The Honey Board reported that alternative fruit drinks, flavored waters, and juice sparklers are all enjoying vigorous growth in the market.
entomology.unl.edu /beekpg/tidings/btid1999/btdmay99.htm   (2645 words)

 Boutelje Products--Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This machine enables you to separate wax from the honey and the honey from the wax...
The Boutelje 1000 Packing Machine has been designed to pack liquid and creamed honey, cordials, creams, shampoos and gel...
This machine consists of a needle press that loosens manuka and heather honey whilst still in the comb.
www.bouteljeproducts.co.nz /page.php?view=products   (104 words)

 MAAREC - A listing of on-line information.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A Quick Reference Guide to Honey Bee Parasites, Pests, Predators, and Diseases - A free brochure to use as a quick reference to common honey bee maladies.
Honey Bee Parasites, Pests and Predators - This slide set can be viewed on the web or can be purchased.
Honey Bee Diseases - This slide set can be viewed on the web or can be purchased.
maarec.cas.psu.edu /infoonline.htm   (336 words)

 ! Honey Bee extractor oil extraction honey bee extractor hash oil extraction method honey bee extractor
This wonderful honey bee extractor is used for removing the highest quality honey oil from your prime buds!
The honey bee extractor system uses butane gas to cut the oils and resins off of dried plant material, beware you MUST READ THE INSTRUCTIONS.
The honey bee extractor is not for beginners and for expert hands only.
www.everyonedoesit.co.uk /online_headshop/productCategory.cfm?sC=Oil_Extraction&iProductCategoryID=520   (220 words)

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