Beekeeper visits 4-H club


At the Cool Clover’s meeting on Sunday, March 11, the group had a guest speaker speak about his bees and honey production. The guest speaker was Nathan Davis and wife, Erika Davis. Nate owns a company called Nate’s Nectar of DeGraff. The honey is natural and raw, not processed (heated or micro filtered). That means that the honey sold has pollen and nutrients still in the raw honey. Nate also shared some samples of his raw honey with the 4-H club.

At the Cool Clover’s meeting on Sunday, March 11, the group had a guest speaker speak about his bees and honey production. The guest speaker was Nathan Davis and wife, Erika Davis. Nate owns a company called Nate’s Nectar of DeGraff. The honey is natural and raw, not processed (heated or micro filtered). That means that the honey sold has pollen and nutrients still in the raw honey. Nate also shared some samples of his raw honey with the 4-H club.


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At the Cool Clover’s meeting on Sunday, March 11, the group had a guest speaker speak about his bees and honey production. The guest speaker was Nathan Davis and wife, Erika Davis. Nate owns a company called Nate’s Nectar of DeGraff. The honey is natural and raw, not processed (heated or micro filtered). That means that the honey sold has pollen and nutrients still in the raw honey. Nate also shared some samples of his raw honey with the 4-H club.

At the Cool Clover’s meeting on Sunday, March 11, the group had a guest speaker speak about his bees and honey production. The guest speaker was Nathan Davis and wife, Erika Davis. Nate owns a company called Nate’s Nectar of DeGraff. The honey is natural and raw, not processed (heated or micro filtered). That means that the honey sold has pollen and nutrients still in the raw honey. Nate also shared some samples of his raw honey with the 4-H club.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/04/web1_Web-4.jpgAt the Cool Clover’s meeting on Sunday, March 11, the group had a guest speaker speak about his bees and honey production. The guest speaker was Nathan Davis and wife, Erika Davis. Nate owns a company called Nate’s Nectar of DeGraff. The honey is natural and raw, not processed (heated or micro filtered). That means that the honey sold has pollen and nutrients still in the raw honey. Nate also shared some samples of his raw honey with the 4-H club. Submitted photo