WELCOME TO MY PAGE! I have a website I am currently working on! rushriverhoney.com!Rush River Honey Company™ Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and my website! Sorry for the long intro but some peeps have no morals!
**** NOTICE**** *David Winters (Long Creek Apiaries), purchased and relinquished the domain name "rushriverhoneycompany.com" I did not authorize David Winters to use my company name or my trademarks. This website contains junk, thanks to David Winters. "rushriverhoneycompany.com" is not affiliated or associated in any way with me or my business.
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*** BEEKEEPERS *** Many of you are looking to purchase bees for spring. Educate yourself and buy from a reputable company. Utilize the search engines, the bee forums, the BBB, the states Consumer Affairs Division. If you are looking for russians, you might check with the RHBA. About David Winters of Long Creek Apiaries; my page describes my experience with this company, and a Utah reporters article fighting for your honey...bees....
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One of my honeybees collecting nectar from Japanese Bamboo.
I am a Montana native. My mother and father passed on to me their great love of the outdoors. My mother; love of plants and flowers and the majestic beauty of Montana, and all things natural. My father, hunting and fishing. My grandfather hand tied his own flies and hand made rods to fish with. I came to the Midwest as a legal/fire investigator; concrete and buildings. I retired from the stress and now i keep 'wild things in a box™' in El Paso, Wisconsin, in the Rush River Valley. Most don't realize how important honeybees are, and the hard work and long hours of being a beekeeper, or what it takes for a honeybee to make a pound of wax or a pound of honey. My honeybees teach me, I learn from them. I am just their keeper, helper and guide. Honeybees retain a right, and have an infinite, elusive capacity to show me up and make me look totally foolish! Honeybees bring me great joy...and sadness too, when they die. Once in awhile when i am not listening, watching, working on equipment, pouring honey or making labels, i get to let the trout in the Rush River frustrate me; with hand tied flies, a Winston rod, a semi cheap reel and my honeybees buzzing around me in the wildflowers...