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I would put it on the bees for now. If nothing else, they will help keep it from getting infested with pests if it hasn't already and will help rid it of any pests that it may already have.

Honey doesn't really "go bad" but I don't think I would want to just go ahead and eat honey that's been sittin gin the rain and been pest-handled by who knows what. Let the bees have it for now, you can always harvest it later when you harvest the rest of your crop. How come you didn't notice that the supers weighed 50-60 Lbs?

Scot Mc Pherson
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