CHB Ross Shield team

Every year Kintail Honey takes great pleasure in sponsoring a local Takapau boy for the CHB Ross Shield team. Capping was held in Waipawa on the 16th September 2017. Jack Ward (a ross shield player in 2013) presented Clay Skedgwell with his cap.

Other local boys who made the 2017 team are Aries Crawford and Jack Sherman. Go Boys!

Clay called into the office this morning on his way up to Napier to show us his new jacket. The boys have been training hard and the first game is tomorrow (Tuesday 3rd) @ 3pm against Hastings East at Park Island, Napier

Follow the boys on their facebook page CHB Ross Shield or even better get up there to support them!

GO CHB……

Hard graft ahead to start a new honey-making season – The Country – The Country News

Hard graft ahead to start a new honey-making season

Source: Hard graft ahead to start a new honey-making season – The Country – The Country News

Farmers know there’s more to honey than bees

Farmers need beekeepers and beekeepers need farmers. This month is Bee Aware Month and Kate Taylor found one great relationship at work in Central Hawke’s Bay…
Source: Farmers know there’s more to honey than bees – Kate Taylor – NZ Farmer.co.nz

Rural Delivery tells Kintail Honeys story

 

Kiwi bees kept buzzy on Canadian farms – Rural (inactive) – Hamilton News News

Kintail Honey is exporting 150 million bees annually from its base in Takapau, a practice the family firm has been involved in for 25 years. “Ninety-nine per cent go to Canada because of their…

Source: Kiwi bees kept buzzy on Canadian farms – Rural (inactive) – Hamilton News News