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Honeybees & Their Work

· Honeybees visit 50-100 flowers during one honey collecting trip.
· To make one pound of honey, bees must visit 2 million flowers.
· Each working honeybee will produce 1/12th teaspoon of honey during their lifetime.
· A single beehive will fly over 55,000 miles to make 16oz. of honey.
· A honeybee can fly 15mph.
· In a single day, a honeybee may fly 12 miles and pollinate as many as 10,000 flowers.
· While gathering flower nectar, honeybees will store their collected nectar in a special honey stomach. Once full, the bees place their nectar in an empty hive honeycomb.
· Natural head gland chemicals from the honeybees combine with water evaporation in the nectar to create the resulting honey.
· Rather than hibernating during winter months, honeybees feed on stored supplies and share body heat.

Healthy Honey Cooking Tips

· Honey can be used to help skin heal faster.
· Honey dissolves head cold mucus buildups.
· Hot tea with lemon and honey provides noted relief.
· In many recipes, honey can be substituted for all of the called for sugar.
· For sweetening, ¾ cup honey equals one cup of sugar.
· 12oz. of honey equals a standard measuring cup.
· Before adding honey to a measuring cup, spray a non-stick spray within the cup for easy honey removal.
· Reduce the amount of liquid in a baked goods recipe by ¼ cup for each cup of honey used.
· Reduce oven temperatures 25 degrees F. to prevent over browning of honey baked goods.
· Honey should NEVER be fed to infants below one year of age.
· Much of the commercially produced honey in the U.S. has been thinned with added syrups.

According To The U.S. Department of Agriculture

· One third of the U.S. food supply is directly or indirectly benefited by honeybee pollination.
· 3.5 million acres of U.S. fruit, vegetable, oilseed, and legume seed crops depend on insect pollination. Another 63 million acres receive some benefit from insect pollination.
· Approximately 80% of insect crop pollination is accomplished by honeybees
· Since 1980, U.S. honey production has averaged over 200 million pounds per year.
· U.S. per capita consumption of honey is approximately 1.4 pounds per year

For more information, visit the National Honey Board @ www.nhb.org

Mind Your Own Beeswax, Cartoon by Rick London
Special thanks to Rick London for his
lighthearted contributions to this page.
For more funnybone splints, visit Rick's nationally acclaimed
cartoons on his website at www.Londonstimes.us.


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