Someone once told me that each lb of honey is lifted on average 15 times before it gets to the consumers hands. After bottling up a few hundred jars and bears this month, I've got to agree, it's atleast 15 times.
What we need is a new strain of bees - bees that can extract the honey
and bottle it. My back is killing me.
I guess it could be worse, they could be like cows and have the honey milked from them.
Yeah! Good talk! I have planned if I could teach bees how to pick bluberries from forest. Blueberrys weight is 0,5 g. When I have 10 hives, and in each hive 35 000 field bees, they could carry every hour one berry during 10 hours. - No legal tee cup break, because bees do not use tee or coffee
0,5 g x 10 berries x 35 000 bees x 10 hives = 1750 kg = 3500 liter blueberries per day. - But shal I do with those berries?
One liter blueberries cost in Finland 3$. 10 500 $ per day? But where to sell them?