We offer delicious and nutritious raw local honey – from hives right here on THE FARM.
The average honey bee travels about two miles one-way to find nectar-filled flowers.
Fortunately, our bees don’t have to travel very far for the nectar they seek, because not only do we have many flowering trees and plants on THE FARM, they can also access a fruit orchard nearby.
We’ve had so many compliments about our honey, we could have a full page just for the testimonials we’ve received over the years.
This is as local as honey gets!
Just so you know, our honey is:
- Unprocessed (except from hive to jars)
- 100% pure, with NO additives of any kind
- Las Vegas Local
- Worth visiting THE FARM for
Since it is unheated, our honey retains all of the enzymes and probiotics that make honey so health-giving.
And, for those with allergies to the local plants, eating local honey can help the body to acclimate and adjust to the various pollens that might be encountered in the Las Vegas valley. Of course, you should check with your physician or allergist to see if consuming local honey is an acceptable treatment option.
It’s great in coffee or tea, on bread, to cook with or to eat right out of the jar.
Not overly sweet, but with a light color and pleasant flavor that is probably quite different from the processed store-bought honey you might be accustomed to.
That’s because more and more, the honey you find in stores may be mostly corn syrup and flavorings that mimic the taste and texture of real honey. Unless the label specifically says 100% pure honey, it can be difficult to tell exactly what’s in the jar.
We sell our honey in half-pint and pint-sized canning jars for $10 and $20 dollars, respectively.
You may find that the color of our honey varies slightly from jar to jar.
That’s perfectly normal, as we transfer the honey from 5 gallon containers to the canning jars and depending on the season and particular batch of honey, the bees would have had different flowers to choose from.
But the flavor and texture remains consistently excellent, regardless of the minor color changes you might encounter.
We’re quite sure you’ll enjoy our honey.
Rather than the pasteurized (i.e. had the goodness cooked out of it) store-bought, filtered and mass-processed honey the majority of Americans consume, you’ll be gifting your body with a sweet, viscous liquid referenced in ancient books as “the food of the gods”.
We hope you’ll pay us a visit soon, so you too can experience the combined efforts of thousands of amazingly efficient and productive local honey bees (and a few humans)!