Jerry's Bees

 

 
     JERRY'S BEES     
 Member of Red River Valley Beekeepers Association
Member of Texas Beekeepers Association
Member of American Beekeeping Federation

“If all the Bees were gone, humans would be gone within 4 years.”   Albert Einstein
 

 

 

 BREEDLOVE FARMS
15456 W. FM 171
Wichita Falls, Texas  76305
940-631-5182
Jerry & Jo Breedlove ~ Owner / Operator
 
FOR POLLINATION CALL 1-940-631-5182
We do pollination for crops listed as needing or benefiting greatly by honeybees: for particulars click link gears.tucson.ars.ag.gov/book.
Interest in North Central Texas for Alfalfa, Clover, Cotton, Sunflower, Peaches, and any crop grown for seed.--100 to 600 hives
EMAIL - jb@jerrysbees.com
 
BEE SWARMS CALL 940-636-3517 ~ Ask for Doug
For Clay County Only ~ Call Jerry ~ 631-5182
 

 

 
Honey Facts
  • Honey has been used for centuries as a medicinal dressing for wounds since microbes cannot live in it
  • Honey was the most used medicine in ancient Egypt.
  • Honey is 80% sugars and 20% water.
  • Honey is a source of carbohydrates
  • Honey contains a wide array of vitamins & essential minerals
  • Antioxidant compounds in honey are chrysin, pinobanksin, vitamin C, catalase and pinocembrin.
  • Honey never spoils.  Edible honey was found in King Tuts tomb
  • Honey is 25% sweeter than table sugar and contains no fat, sodium, or cholesterol
  • Honey contains small amounts of pollen, and honey as an immune system booster, it is quite powerful.
  • Substitute honey for other sweeteners
  • Honey in water makes a healthy sports drink with the honey replacing glycogen levels.
BEE STINGS
Source: Medic8® Family Health Guide

Bee stings are very common & are serious for those who are allergic to them.  When a bee stings you, it leaves the stinger in the skin. The stinger will continue to pump venom into the body for up to 20 ins, so it is important to remove the stinger as quickly as possible.  The sting may be painful for a few hours.  Swelling and itching may persist for a week.

Treatment of bee stings
The first step is removal of the barbed stinger from the skin. The method of removal is less important than the time it takes to remove the stinger.   Use a SCRAPING motion with a credit card or a finger nail to remove the stinger.  Using tweezers may, in fact, squeeze more venom into the body.  Once the barb is removed, an ice pack will help to reduce swelling and   inflammation. The sting will often leave a red, swollen welt on the affected area.

Note: The recommended relief of the Red River Valley Beekeepers Association is to swab with household ammonia

 
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