Here in central Nebraska we have been having an odd year. In our area we rely mostly on alfalfa which requires a hot semi dry period to produce much honey. We make the bulk of our honey in July but we do make some in June. However we have had almost no sun, with 9 inches of rain so far this month, un heard of for our area!. To my surprise as I was checking hives today, I had two yards that had plugged out a deep super in two weeks...improbable for it to be alfalfa, and we really don't see that much a flow from the limited amounts of yellow and white sweet clover around. I am not sure where else it could have come from but man is it a nice change of pace to get some honey when we thought we were dead in the water!