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Best Honey Dallas 2009 - Zip Code Honey

Brandon and Susan Pollard have bee hives in places you might never suspect—the roof of Bolsa, the trendy Oak Cliff eatery, for example, or maybe in your next-door neighbor's back yard. Their bees are marching out across the city, relentlessly, like a Japanese horror movie only not horrible. In fact, the honey their hives produce is wonderful, flavored by local flowers, trees and shrubs, good for local allergies and absolutely free of the chemicals, antibiotics and toxins found in too many imported, commercially produced honeys. Visit them at the Yellow Shed on Saturday or Sunday. They're also very interesting on the whole topic of urban farming and local food. Buy some honey, chat them up.

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Snider
Snider

there is a lovely hive in an old chinquapin Oak on Creekmere Drive at Easton Road.  NE corner.  The tree finally gave in to gravity last week.  I hope you can harvest them.

Sincerely, Billie Snider

10208 Creekmere

Side Note:  I LOVE YOUR HONEY

Katy Garcia
Katy Garcia

I would be happy to "bee" a host in San Antonio!

Sherry Brewer
Sherry Brewer

Can you recommend some books or resources on starting a business like this in San Antonio. Thank you, Sherry and Joe Brewer

Elbrwn
Elbrwn

I am in West Texas and I have too many bees, I cant even put out water for my cats or dogs the bees come by the hundreds, therefore my animals cant drink, how do I get rid of the Bees

WT Sims
WT Sims

Do you sell your honey online?

Donna Works
Donna Works

my bees have been living in an owl house for years and have sheets of cone extended from the hive. I grew up with a father who kept bees. My goal is to keep these bees in a safe environment. I heard about you while we were dining at Bolsa. Also tom at the herb store. Any interest or suggestiions.

Susanne Hayes
Susanne Hayes

I would love to visit you at the Yellow Shed, but cannot find an address?

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