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  1. #1
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    Default Can you eat honey from brood frames?

    Hi -- we've lost our hive & are just trying to make the best of it.

    Upon inspection, I noticed that the far-left frame of the upper brood chamber had nothing but honey in its comb.

    Are there any health reasons I shouldn't salvage this frame for honey extraction?

    TIA!

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    Default Re: Can you eat honey from brood frames?

    Sure you can......... that is if you haven't used any
    chemicals or sugar feed. If you did feed then likely
    the "honey" is not really pure honey.

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Can you eat honey from brood frames?

    Thanks -- we did medicate the hive with antibiotics, but that was at the beginning of the season.

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