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All honeys are not created equal. This raw version is produced in the Sheyenne River Valley and surrounding North Dakota prairies. You can almost taste the wildness, the open space, the flora in the honey -- it bursts with intense flavor and sweetness, and couldn't be more different from the bland, sugary jars we're used to seeing in stores.
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Meet the Maker
The “bee fever” started with Brad, the founder of Kloten Apiaries -- nearly four decades ago he took a job with a local beekeeper. Months passed and he acquired numerous stings, a collection of veils, a smoker, hive tools, and a livelong obsession with bees. His symbiotic partnership with bees and time spent tending to them eventually convinced him that is was time to buy his own beehives. He borrowed a small four frame extractor from a friend and placed it in the truck bed of his 64 Apache Chevrolet pickup. That was how the first honey harvest was brought in, and a small family business was born.View Full Profile
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