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Several locations all over the world produce honey for food and medicine. There are many
beekeepers in certain parts of Europe, Africa, Asia and the United States. Though bee keeping started in Europe and was brought to the United States later, it is more modernized in the United States.

There are different cultures for keeping bees in different countries. Honey is used as food in most of the cultures and in some for religious concoctions that are sweetened with honey. The Americans make honey for commercial purposes to be sold in supermarkets and
also to send it abroad to other countries for sale.

The honey is put into containers with their brand names put on it and sent out to areas where honey is scarce or not produced at all. There is no mass production of honey in many countries Unlike in America, most of the other countries do not produce enough honey to be able to ship some to other countries too.

America manages to harvest enough honey in one season so that it lasts them until next spring to get ready for the next shipment. The bees are usually inactive during the winter and produce honey only in the warmer summer months when there are more flowers around the place for pollination.

This is when the mating starts too and then the bees are busy producing honey and taking
care of the larvae. United States is known to produce the most honey around the world and
also to provide it to the supermarkets all over the world.

Maintaining of hives

The hives do not need too long a time on a daily basis for maintenance. If the beekeepers watch over the hives one hour on a daily basis this should be sufficient. This is needed mainly during the peak season which is between May to September.

If the season is good the beekeeper can get around 60 to 100 pounds of honey. What also
matters is the price that the beekeeper gets per pound of his honey and with this he can gauge what his earning will be in the future for every harvest.

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