Organic honey from bee happy Imkerei

2,00 kg/låda

Organic honey from bee happy Imkerei

2,00 kg/låda

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Farmarn skickar (ännu) inte till:  Förenta staterna
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2 kg (Ej tillgänglig)
2 kg (Ej tillgänglig)
1.8 kg (Ej tillgänglig)
1.6 kg (Ej tillgänglig)
Specifikationer
Lådans innehåll: 1 låda innehåller 2kg organic honey and beeswax products
Art: Carnica Melifera
You can choose between three different honey boxes:
Box 1 (2kg box): 2 x organic chestnut honey (500g each, screw-cap jar) & 2 x organic forest honey (500g each, screw-cap jar)
Box 2 (1.8kg box): 1 x organic chestnut honey (500g, screw-cap jar) & 1 x organic forest honey (500g, screw-cap jar) & 2 x organic beeswax candles (250g each)
Box 3 (1.6kg box): 1 x organic chestnut honey (500g, screw-cap jar) & 1 x organic forest honey (500g, screw-cap jar) & 3 x beeswax cloths (2 large ones measuring 50cm x 50cm, one small one measuring 30cm x 30cm)
Chestnut honey is a particular specialty: golden red-brown, liquid to slightly viscous and with a pleasantly tart, sweetish taste that finishes with a spicy, pungent taste; our forest honey impresses with a slightly malty-caramel taste and its viscous texture
Organic beekeeping, certified with the EU organic seal since 2012
Delicious on bread, in tea, to refine desserts and much more
Candles made by hand from old honeycomb material
Lovingly handcrafted beeswax cloths from the uncapping wax produced during honey spinning
In principle, honey can be stored indefinitely, but for legal reasons we specify a best-before/use-by date
Raw honey can crystallise over time, this is a normal and natural process that occurs in most honeys and is a sign of honey purity
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Gerhard Vötsch
Hello, I'm Gery. Officially: Gerhard Vötsch, 42 years old, married, father of two clever boys (aged 5 and 7), business graduate, allergic to bees. Unofficially: Gery, summer-loving-shorts-wearer, without-jerseys and out and about barefoot, an unconventional, authentic, progressive and chilled alternative, always seeing the positive and nature-loving. You CrowdFarmers can choose which presentation you like better :-) My first contact with bees can be found in my youth: an acquaintance sold his entire beekeeping set. I took it over with friends. We made our first attempts and had great joy. What an exciting feeling it was to catch the first swarms high up in a tree, to see the queen on a comb or to taste our first honey. In the beginning, I often ran away from the beehives, followed by a cloud of wild bees. Then came military service, a change of residence and a long break. Around 2012 I started again with new hives and new equipment. At the moment I take care of 30 colonies. My beehives are located in the western Styrian hills at the foot of the Alpine landscape between 400m and 650m above sea level. We only have sweet chestnuts at this altitude, no arable monocultures but small-scale farms and lots and lots of forests. How do I perceive beekeeping? During the drive to the apiary I prepare myself internally, I introspect, become calmer, become still. The bees sense it when I am balanced and then they are too. Every movement is done slowly and carefully. During the work (it's a nice weather job, thank God!) I enjoy the warmth rising from the hives, the smell and the busy buzzing of the bees. I always notice a new detail: is there a bee dance in front of the flight hole? What colour are the pollen panties on the bee's feet? Will they remain calm if I draw a comb? Consciously and unconsciously I perceive the bees, feel them. I usually take our two boys with me, they lick honey, give me a hand or play in the forest. They're not afraid of the bees at all. Beekeeping is fulfilling work, often very physically demanding, very time-consuming during the season, but with many beautiful moments - for me it is a way of life. I am part of the CrowdFarming movement because it is important to me to pass my enthusiasm for nature, the serenity of beekeeping and insights into the fascinating bee creatures on to other people through a personal relationship. What interests me about CrowdFarming is the direct contact with the customer, so I can pass on my impressions 1:1 and also receive a lot of positive feedback and input. A win-win situation on both sides.
bee happy Imkerei
Our farm is called “sunseitn” because the entire property is bathed in sun all day, apart from the rear of our house. Since we are in the south of Austria, it can get pretty hot in midsummer - it's a good thing that there are some beautiful forests and lakes nearby. I inherited the farm from my grandfather in 2005, who cultivated a vineyard and raised sheep. The buildings were successively expanded and converted. We cultivate vegetables, especially potatoes and beans, but also fruit and berry bushes. Besides bees we have 25 chickens, some ducks and two cats. We are at about 400 meters above sea level at the foot of the Packalps. Our house is located in such a way that we have no direct neighbors and can therefore play music, drums or have campfire parties as and when we want. Our lifestyle can be described as hippie-like: relaxed, authentic, informal and free. In the meantime, many of our villagers (there are around 70 in total) are chilled out and visit us often. We have a clubhouse, organize a wide variety of workshops and also hold cultural festivals, such as putting up the maypole and lighting the Easter bonfire. Here at the farm we can really do whatever we want. Our apiary is called bee happy because the name reminds us that life can also be easy. After all, everything is readily available to bring happiness, but sometimes we forget that and our heads get caught up in some trifle. We want to be free and happy and always be aware of it. We are organic at heart and live by this principle. In our refrigerator, 98% is organic produce and most of it is seasonal and regional. The conscious decision is central for me: is it necessary, do I need it, does it make me happier? All materials are reused by us in a cycle. There is neither waste nor rejects in beekeeping. Of course, the beekeeping operation is also certified organic. In concrete terms, this means: the feed is organic sugar from Austria, buying of certified wax, not treating my beehives with toxic chemicals and setting them up where nature is unpolluted. We have planted many trees and bushes on our farm, including special bee trees (thousand-blossom bushes) - not only a paradise for bees, but also for butterflies and insects of all kinds. I also mow our meadows only once in autumn, so many flowers bloom which you don't see anywhere else. In this way I promote biodiversity. We heat our house and that of my grandmother with a wood chip heating system. The wood comes from the area and I use the ashes in agriculture. In addition, we have a solar energy system on the roof. Basically, I work alone at the beehives. My boys often come with me and also help. I try to involve them so that they know and understand all the steps involved in the work. The whole family helps with larger activities, such as extracting honey. All other work (hive repair, wax melting, candle casting, making beeswax cloths, bottling honey, etc.) falls within my area.
Teknisk information
Adress
bee happy Imkerei, Mooskirchen, AT
Altitud
416 m
Team
1 man, 1 woman
Storlek
1 ha
Odlingsteknik
Organic Farming
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