Check-in with Register Family Farm and learn what it takes to produce our wildflower honey! After collecting nectar from the Chinese tallow trees, we have moved to the cotton fields. Learn about how we make additional honey bee colonies as well as the importance of honey bees as pollinators.
We are happy to announce that Register Family Farm has been featured on a local Florida news channel, which you can check it out here. Our family is so proud to be featured on WJHG, as it gives us the opportunity to spread our family’s story and our passion for high quality honey.
Farm Traveler Podcast interviews Joseph Register about commercial beekeeping, from the risks and rewards of sending bees to pollinate California almond trees to the health benefits of pollen and how honey is gathered, this podcast packs a lot of information into fifteen minutes.
One of the most anticipated times of the year at the farm is the arrival of the White Tupelo bloom. As the Tupelo bloom approaches, we harvest our spring honey and move our hives to locations that have the highest concentration of White Tupelo trees. This allows us to produce the purest Tupelo honey possible. When it comes to honey enthusiasts, the purer, the better as it brings out the unique and pleasing qualities that make Tupelo honey a favorite the world over.
Every year, we send our bees on a cross-country journey to California to help assist in the almond pollination process. After a busy time pollinating the almond orchards of California, our hives have made the long trip home and are ready to start producing the sweet, flavorful wildflower honey that our customers love.