We got some honey from the hives I placed in the squash field at the beginning of the month, a little over 50 lbs. of it. It's not quite as sweet as the wildflower honey we've been getting at our home, and it has a little "zing" as an aftertaste. Not unpleasant, though. I noticed, too, that the cappings were thicker and yellower than our normal spring honey. I figure that the bees didn't visit just the squash to get this honey, because there's only two acres of it, and there's lots of forage in the surrounding fields and forest. But it adds a little twist to our regular spring offering.
And my neighbor's squash are doing great! :D