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Erie, CO - The Eire Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 8 AM to 1 PM till mid October in Erie, Colorado

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The Eire Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 8 AM to 1 PM till mid October in Erie, Colorado

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armida

United States

#1 Feb 16, 2011
am trying to locate these sellers....they had a booth at the Evergreen farmer's market and I have lost the contact number thanks!
Ellie Fredrickson

Santa Fe, NM

#2 May 11, 2011
Not sure you are aware of these people- how they still are able to sell at farmers markets when most of their honey is bought on the commercial market and repackaged with their label, and many of theeir resellers know nothing about bees - look for real local beekeepers - there are usually beekeeping webgroups or the state beekeeping association
roswell

United States

#3 May 24, 2011
armida wrote:
am trying to locate these sellers....they had a booth at the Evergreen farmer's market and I have lost the contact number thanks!
they are located in Lemitar, NM
Debra Miller

Irving, TX

#4 Nov 17, 2012
Ellie Fredrickson wrote:
Not sure you are aware of these people- how they still are able to sell at farmers markets when most of their honey is bought on the commercial market and repackaged with their label, and many of theeir resellers know nothing about bees - look for real local beekeepers - there are usually beekeeping webgroups or the state beekeeping association
This negative comment is inaccurate, and the poster has mistaken the sellers for someone else. I have been buying from Bee Chama for over 10 years, and I drive back to New Mexico from Texas just to restock. They are very knowledgeable and fully-invested in what they do. Lovely people, absolutely amazing honey.
MB from Los Lunas NM

Denver, CO

#6 Feb 15, 2014
Ellie Fredrickson wrote:
Not sure you are aware of these people- how they still are able to sell at farmers markets when most of their honey is bought on the commercial market and repackaged with their label, and many of theeir resellers know nothing about bees - look for real local beekeepers - there are usually beekeeping webgroups or the state beekeeping association
I disagree with this statement. I have personally visited this farm and have purchased bee pollen and honey. I plan to drive to their farm tomorrow. These folks are kind and generous. Their products are fresh and delicious.

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