Wow, I’m surprised to find honey being sold direct at this time of year. Unless, of course, it’s last year’s honey, which (come to think of it) it probably is.
Local, raw honey is a good allergy preventative in the spring. Field honey is the best. I know, having lived out in the “REAL Ozarks” before, that the Oaks come into tassel in April and can be a major allergen to those who are sensitive. Nowadays living with few Oaks in the immediate vicinity, I don’t get that particular annual allergy anymore.
RVing full-time and ended up in Springfield for a year or so due to family issues. So glad to find this website — as the result of buying a package of seeds at the health food store (planned on sprouting with them). Am anxious to visit — we were there last summer to visit the Wilder homes. Glad old buildings are being preserved and look forward to getting your catalog and growing some of your seeds in pots.
I love raw honey and was interested in the previous comment about allergies — I DO have allergies to some trees and have been out west since 1978 so am finding old allergies rearing their ugly heads. Will try more honey as a way of keeping some of this under control! Love the Navajo Churro sheep — friends out west have a number of specialty sheep but haven’t ever seen these.