Sunday, March 3, 2013

Bee Kind Family Farm Giveaway

Hey all! Time for a GIVE AWAY! Some of you may know, and some may not,, we are  beekeepers and care for about 20 hives on average.  We sell at 2 farmers markets during the summer months . We sell a variety of goodies including, raw honey, eggs, produce, herb and heirloom plants and cut flowers.. We also have an online shop @  http://www.beekindfamilyfarm.etsy.com . The shop is bare bones right now,, but we should have it stocked up with lots of honey and candles, by mid June!
We sell out of honey every year.. and yes we are out now,,,, with the exception of a couple of Jars of hot peppery infused Honey! Great for sauces,  with crackers n cheese, as a marinade on your favorite meat or veggie. and Ive also heard its pretty fantasic with pecans and bleu cheese....

So onto the **GIVE AWAY***** The winner will receive
* a 16 oz jar of Hot Pepper infused Honey
* a lemon grass scented Beeswax candle
* and a BeeKind Family Farm sticker



 
Please enter your information in the rafflecopter to qualify for the giveaway!
 
Blessings
The Cool Family
 
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10 comments:

  1. Canning would be fun to learn more about! We do a small garden and have lots of tomatoes to give away.....I need to can!!!!

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  2. Maybe a step by step process of your "moving off the grid" process! LOL in a short version of course ;-) I'm interested in what your first move was when y'all decided you wanted to live off the grid.
    ~Casey

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  3. I *just* used my pressure canner for the first time last season.... It's a little scary ;-) Maybe a little tutorial on how to can soup with confidence! HA
    ~Casey

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  4. The continuing story of your trip off grid!

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  5. Beekeeping basics, for people starting out... some personal tips and tricks, things you have learned in the process. We have been considering adding some hives to our homestead.

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  6. As much about beekeeping as possible! I need to learn!

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  7. This is so wonderful and inspiring. You know, with that extra bees wax you can make some fantastic body and face lotion just by mixing it with oil (olive oil, jojoba, or I use sunflower seed oil for the vitamin E content). Ratio is 1 part wax to 8 parts oil- heat all to a liquid, pour into a container and let it cool. It makes a consistency close to vaseline but no nasties. Scent with some essential oils- enjoy!!

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