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I am a local beekeeper that has colonies of bees in Marshal, Williamson, and Maury counties. I have local honey to sell that is not processed/cooked. It is sold as it comes out of the hive with comb and I sell some that is just extracted and strained. I also sell beeswax candles.
Anyone can purchase my honey from my office in Brentwood at the phone listed above. Quantities include 12 oz., 16 oz., and 32 oz. jars of strained honey and the comb honey is in a 21 oz jar with the comb and some strained honey. I do not add anything to the honey, it is pure honey.
Last modified: Tue Jan 28 2014
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