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Welcome to Kutik's, where fine honey is a tradition.

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Karen feeding bees in late winter in South Carolina. Sometimes one feeds bees to keep them from starving. But late winter and early spring feeding is often done to stimulate the queen to lay eggs, to produce more bees for more hives.

  
  Modern beekeeping is a combination of an ancient craft with the technological tools of our present era.

  One does not become a master of keeping bees in a short time. Despite centuries of culture, bees are still wild creatures. Anyone who tries to bend the will of the bees will fail. The master beekeeper "tunes" his own practices to help the bees accomplish their desires.

   Years of experience have taught Chuck many of the bees' secrets, yet they always have new things to teach.

 

 

February 2012: Preparations for
California almond pollination


Photos of the year 2004 - Click on link below.

2004 Photos
Power Point presentation of
the year's cycle and our new home building.


Kutik's Honey Farm
285 Lyon Brook Rd. Norwich, NY  13815   607-336-4105, Fax: 607-336-4199
(February through May, we are usually in South Carolina 803-473-4205)

 
This page was last updated on February 4, 2012.