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For Dale Starnes, Christmas comes in April.
That’s when Starnes, a local beekeeper, gets to taste what those hundreds of thousands of Italian honeybees set up at 65 hives in six locations have been up to for the previous three months.
“Without a doubt, the first batch of honey I ever tasted was the best thing I ever put in my mouth,” Starnes said.
“When it comes to taste, the wildwood flower honey we make here, I’ll put it up against Tupelo and Sourwood honey alike.
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