(Left) In the early spring hives are prepared for the pollination season ahead.
The history of Henry's Honey Farm dates back to the days of the Great Depression. Because of not having enough money to feed all of the 12 children honey, the decision was made to purchase hives and grow their own. The first hives were transported from Berlin to Redgranite via wagon ride.
Henry's Honey Farm and Wisconsin Cooperative Pollination Service are now owned and operated by the John Piechowski family who purchased the business in the 1980's.
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