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Round Rock Honey - Round Rock

Three-Hour Introductory Beekeeping Class for One or Two at Round Rock Honey (Up to 68% Off)

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  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required at least 1 week in advance; subject to availability. Valid photo ID required. Must provide Hold Harmless and Indemnity Agreements; under 18 must include parent signature. Subject to weather conditions. Must be 7 or older. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.
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Questions and Answers 4 questions

Q:

Will this presentation include a demonstration of removal of honey from an active hive?

Gary V.  asked on  Feb 11, 2013

A:

Please call the business at (512) 828-5416 for clarification on this!

Joseph G.  from  Groupon  replied on  Feb 15, 2013

Q:

What promo code do I use when I book my demontrations? Appication shows $125 instead of $45.

Glenda R.  asked on  Feb 15, 2013

A:

All redemption instructions are included on the Groupon once it is purchased and printed.

Joseph G.  from  Groupon  replied on  Feb 15, 2013

Q:

I am interested but do not see dates posted...when is the opportunity available? I am not usually available on weekends, are there week days?

Lynn D.  asked on  Feb 13, 2013

A:

http://www.zerve.com/Beekeeping/calendar check this link to see what classes are available and when. Hope to see you in one of our Round Rock Honey beekeeping classes! Liona :)

Konrad B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 13, 2013

Q:

Will this class include a demonstration on extracting honey from a live beehive?

Gary V.  asked on  Feb 11, 2013

A:

When the demonstration hives are in flow, we do demonstrate how to harvest honey. However, this is not an all-the-time sort of thing. The time of year when this is most likely to happen is the end of the summer or early fall; August, September and October. We usually do not harvest in the late fall or all winter as the bees need all their honey to survive the winter. Having said that, every class has a hive observation aspect where frames are taken out of the hive and all questions are answered. The differentiation of capped honey vs. capped brood is pointed out so the students can clearly tell the difference. Best practice for maintenance and harvest is always discussed in every class. I hope this answers your question. We look forward to your participation in our introductory beekeeping class. Sincerely, Liona Rowan General Manager Round Rock Honey

Konrad B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 11, 2013

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