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Posts tagged ‘braggot’

These Buds Are For Craft Beer Drinkers

Is it wrong to love a marionberry? We don't think so.

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The Wild And Crazy Love Life Of Honeybees

Today's Rogue Farms beekeeping lesson is about the birds and the bees... without the birds.

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Help Rogue Farms Grow Honeybees

How can you help the honeybee and other pollinators? Here's our guide to making a difference.

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From Berries, To Bees, To Braggot

It's back in the dirt here at Rogue Farms. We just finished planting this year's crop of marionberries. They're called Prickless Marionberries. If you wonder how they got that name, keep reading.

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Rogue Farms Beekeeping 101: The Swarm

Swarming season is here. We say relax and enjoy it. It's good times for honeybees. Here's what you need to know.

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Taking Care Of Our Honeybees

Autumn is one of the busiest times of year for the beekeeper at Rogue Farms.

There’s no more wild sources of nectar and pollen for our honeybees to forage and soon it will be too cold for them to leave the hive. So in the next few weeks our beekeeper has 7,140,289 mouths to feed, medicate and shelter before winter arrives.

The bees took care of us this spring and summer by pollinating our crops and making the honey we used in our kolsch, mead, braggot and sodas. Now it’s our turn to take care of them.

Honey Harvest

A scene from this year’s honey harvest at Rogue Farms.

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