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I have lost hives over the past three years and now I find that I have about twenty frames of old honey that has never been consumed by the bees. It has been subjected to treatments for varroa, so it is not for human consumption. Some of it may be crystalized.
I currently have one hive that survived the winter and one nuc on the way.
Any suggestion on what to do with these frames of old honey?
Thanks,
Murray
 

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feed them to your current hive and nuc.
 

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I extracted my dead out honey, no treatments used, and have already sold three five gallon buckets of it at $2.50 a pound. I wanted empty dry black combs to use in my baithives.
 
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