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    Hello ~
    I am new to the group and know little about beekeeping and am here primarily to find out where I can find local honey in the Northeast TX, (Terrell or Tyler) area. Does anyone happen to know?

    Thank you!

    Carol Holliman
    PrideRock Wildlife Refuge
    www.priderock.org

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    Welcome to the forum, Carol.

    Can anyone help Carol find her local honey?
    Jeanette
    HiveTasks Software for beekeepers

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    Try contacting Beesource member Shadowhawk. According to his website, he offers his honey for local pickup.

    http://rex.bohemianutopia.com/wordpress/?page_id=128
    Graham
    USDA Zone 7A Elevation 1400 ft

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    Welcome Carol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanette View Post
    Welcome to the forum, Carol.

    Can anyone help Carol find her local honey?
    Thanks Jeanette. Guess no one had any information.

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    > Guess no one had any information.

    Uh, Carol, did you even look at the website I provided a link to?
    Shadowhawk is in Tyler, TX and offers his honey for sale. Isn't that what you asked for?
    Graham
    USDA Zone 7A Elevation 1400 ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rader Sidetrack View Post
    > Guess no one had any information.

    Uh, Carol, did you even look at the website I provided a link to?
    Shadowhawk is in Tyler, TX and offers his honey for sale. Isn't that what you asked for?
    Uh Sorry! Guess I thought since Jeanette's came to me via email, any other reply would as well. Yes that is what I asked for and I will check his website. Thank you.

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    Uh Sorry! Guess I thought since Jeanette's came to me via email, any other reply would as well. Yes that is what I asked for and I will check his website. Thank you.

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