We extracted two supers off one hive for 5 gallons plus three students honey.
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The honey supers were taken up to the science lab on the third floor. The extractor is a 3 deep 9 medium or shallow manual crank. The honey was bottled for sale at the USFBG Gift Shop. USFBG honey was also at today's (Saturday, September 25th) Honey Tasting Event. There was food, mead, drinks, live jazz and events for all ages. This is the first year for the Honey tasting with a full crowd in attendance.