Find more about Chirs's Honey Yard! Find out how honey products can help your allergies. Contact Chris's Honey Yard.
home page

Chris' Photo Gallery

 

Chris Bright, the owner of Chris's Honey Yard, holding a frame of beautiful white honeycomb from his Kenya Top Bar Hive.

On a visit to Mosambique, Chris learned about the Top Bar Hive. He adopted this method to create his pristine and highly sought after comb honey.

     
  Chris holds a full frame of brood from his most successful Kenya Top Bar hive. The Kenyan Top bar hive is an unconventional way of beekeeping in the Western world; nevertheless, it's a natural way to keep bees in Africa.
 
Chris Bright, holding up a full frame of comb honey from his Kenya Top Bar Hive.
  A Kenya Top Bar hive, one of the many interesting things Chris discovered during his travels to Mosambique Africa. Always up for an experiment, Chris first began experimenting with the Kenya Top Bar Hive to see how efficient it was in terms of labour and honey production. So far, the hive has over-wintered well when compared to the conventional Langstroth hive.

 
Nancy Bright, Chris' wife holds up a full frame of comb honey. She is preparing to divide it up into saleable chunks.
  Chris and his sister-in-law, Agnes from Hong Kong. Both are sharing the weight of a full frame of comb honey. Don't drop it Agnes. Comb honey is worth its weight in gold.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
  return to the top  
 

about

allergies

athletes

anti-aging

cancer

candles

contact

equipment

home

honey

medicinal

menopause

pollen

photos

royal jelly

supplies

weight