Many products come from a hive. Honey, beeswax, pollen, and propolis are the four major products. This year, we extracted honey and collected beeswax and made products out of them.
We extracted honey from three of our five hives. We put our honey in either one pound queenline jars (front) or pint jars (back).
Here is all the pint jars and queenline jars we have for sale along with our State Fair entries.
These are our State Fair entries. We entered in the three one pound jars of extracted honey category. Abigail entered the ones on the left and won second place. Bethany entered the ones in the middle and won third place. Olivia entered the ones on the left and did not place.
Here are our honey prices.
One pound queenline jars of honey for $10.00 a jar.
Approximately one pound five ounce pint jars of honey for $12.00 a jar.
We made candles out of beeswax. Here are the prices of each type of candle.
Lighthouse beeswax candles for $4.00 a candle. Dimensions: 3¾” tall x 2⅕” at the widest part.
Skep beeswax candle for $5.00 a candle. Dimensions: 3″ tall x 2¼” at the widest part
A bear hugging a skep beeswax candles for $3.00 a candle. Dimensions: 2 ¼” tall x 2 ¾” at widest part
Small spiral beeswax candles two for $3.00 or four for $5.00. Dimensions: ⅜” wide x 4″ tall
Small skep beeswax candles for $3.00 a candle. Dimensions: 1½” tall x 1½” at widest part.
Floating rose beeswax candles for $3.00 a candle. Dimensions: 2⅝” from petal to petal x 1⅛” tall.
Top view of floating rose beeswax candle.
Votive beeswax candles for $4.00 a candle. Dimensions: 2″ tall x 1¾” at widest point.