Harvest, or Late Summer, is the time after the scorch of summer and before the leaves have fallen. It may be Fall per the calendar, but it’s Harvest per the feel of the weather. Time to gather in and store up for the winter months.
Do you have a good supply of local, raw honey? You’ll need it for winter ailments, warming hot tea or coffee, and as a pre-treat for those of you who experience Spring allergies.
If not, don’t worry. Lieber Honey is up and running with pints and muth jars in retail outlets by mid-November!
We’ve missed our honey customers over the last two, rather challenging, years. Eric lost his dad, and his mom has needed a bit of help since then. He also got married! And his wife is writing this post. (Hi I’m Jana Moon Luebbert!)
We’ve also been developing our Ag Exemption Program to help landowners with between 5-20 acres get and/or maintain their agricultural exemption.
And of course, we’ve been busy as bees taking care of the most important workers here at Lieber Honey – the bees!
The ladies are in good health and have produced the most flavorful honey yet! [Editors note: that’s Jana’s opinion, Eric says his bees always produce really good honey.]
We’ll post the locations soon, as we begin deliveries.