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Welcom to the forum :hi:
Have been a beekeeper before joining the forum or "just" a businessman who sells honey?
How do you make sure your honey qualifies as organic?
 

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Tec,
By raw, I assume what's meant is unheated. That's no problem. I never heat my extracted honey either---i filter it, let it sit for a few days to clarify, skim off the top and it goes into the bottle. Producing raw honey is no problem.
But, I have never had the guts to call my honey "organic" (even in years when my hives received no medicines) because I can't control where the bees will forage and I can't control what the farmers in the range of flight will apply to their fields. :chased: :dash1:
 

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Utah...the Beehive State.

Welcome to the best beekeeping forum on the net!!
 

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Hello Utah, Ontario welcomes you :hi:
 

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welcome aboard peter

Marbees how did i miss you was a member of our "tundra division" just seen this on your info
 
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