The web browser you are using is out of date and no longer supported by this site. For the best TractorSupply.com experience, please consider updating your browser to the latest version.
Buy Online Pick Up in Store Now available - Tractor Supply Co.
Navigate to Shopping Cart
Cart Item Count
 
  • Left Arrow
    My Account
  • Left Arrow
    My Account
  • Make My Store

    Your nearest store doesn't match your preferred store. Do you want to change the nearest store as your preferred store?

    CONFIRM CLEAR INFO?

    Click "YES" to clear all the customer data, cart contents and start new shopping session.

    Your current shopping session will get automatically reset in seconds.
    If you are still active user then please click "NO"

    Changing your store affects your localized pricing. This includes the price of items you already have in your shopping cart. Are you sure you want to change your store?

    Your nearest store doesn't match your preferred store. Do you want to change the nearest store as your preferred store?


    • To Shop Online
    • To Check In-Store Availability

    click here
    We do not share this information with anyone. For details,please view our Privacy Policy
    X

    Please enable your microphone.

    X

    We Are Listening...

    Say something like...

    "Show me 4health dog food..."

    You will be taken automatically
    to your search results.

    X

    Your speech was not recognized

    Click the microphone in the search bar to try again, or start typing your search term.

    X

    We are searching now

    Your search results
    will display momentarily...


    What to Do with Your Honey

    After extraction comes the very best part of beekeeping — fresh, raw, unaltered honey. Honey is one of the rare foods that have no expiration date. Most people don't realize that raw honey will crystallize. The simplest storage method for your honey will depend on how you plan on using your honey.

    Content supplied by Harvest Lane Honey

    After extraction comes the very best part of beekeeping — fresh, raw, unaltered honey. Honey is one of the rare foods that have no expiration date. Most people don't realize that raw honey will crystallize. The simplest storage method for your honey will depend on how you plan on using your honey. Here are a couple of suggestions:

    Bulk Storage — If you don't plan on consuming a lot of honey, and primarily want to have your honey for food storage or stock piling, then we suggest storing it in the 5 gallon bucket with the honey gate. Make sure the honey gate is locked tight!

    Individual storage — If you want to use you honey frequently, then we suggest bottling your honey in smaller amounts by using HLH Honey Bears or canning jars. We prefer to store our extra reserves in the freezer. It helps defer crystallization, and as the honey thaws, the honey will nearly always be liquefied.

    Excess honey makes great gifts. At Christmas time, Harvest Lane Honey neighbors always find themselves with a bottle of honey. Nothing makes a sweeter gift.

    If you decide that you want to sell your honey at fairs, markets, or stores, you must check your state and local laws regarding resale and bottling.

    Also, see our article on the benefits of local honey.