What makes Tubbs’ Berry Farm honey so special?
This is raw, local honey which has been extracted, strained and bottled. Nothing is added, and the honey is not heated during the extracting process.
Our honey comes from hives that haven’t been treated with pesticides or antibiotics. We use natural methods for disease control, our goal is not to put anything in our hives we wouldn’t let our children eat.
Our bees winter on their own honey stores, and most of our hives are never moved. You are welcome to visit the hives our honey comes from!
By harvesting honey in small batches we are able to preserve the natural honey flavors unique to different nectar gathering areas.
We pack our honey in USA made glass jars. Jars and lids are reusable for canning! If you can’t reuse them, bring them in and we will recycle them! We currently do not ship honey. You can find it and lots more here in our farm store!
1/2 pints are $8 with tax, Pints are $15, Quarts are $28.
Pumpkin Raspberry Blossom Honey – From the hives in the berry patch, not flavored. This is a medium dark honey with a slightly fruity taste, very sweet and a favorite of customers!
Magic Valley Blend – A blend of desert, canyon, wildflower and meadow blooms from around the Valley. We have so many people looking for a good allergy blend we thought we’d give it a try! The honey is raw, unprocessed, unheated, just strained and bottled.
Wild Meadow Clover – From hives in a wild hay meadow at the base of the Samaria Mountains. Light, sweet clover honey. We chose the area because there is no chemical used in the fields, and it is one of the prized honey locations in the west!
All honey will eventually crystallize. This natural process only changes the texture of the honey. Some of the best honey crystallizes fairly soon after harvesting, especially if it is raw and unheated. To liquefy crystallized honey, heat uncapped jar slowly in a pan of warm water on low heat. If you prefer crystallized honey you can speed up crystallization by refrigerating. You can help prevent crystallization by storing honey in the freezer.
*Never feed honey to infants under 1 year*