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Cutting honeycombs and bottling honey by hand

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In this golden First Honey of the Year video from MudSongs.org, watch how a honeycomb is cut from a foundationless hive frame that has been filled with deliciousness by bees in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

MudSongs.org is the hobby blog of two novice beekeepers who are documenting their mistakes and successes. If you want to know more about these honey combs and how honey can be harvested, watch their narrated Cutting & Bottling video. Recommended viewing:

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