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Big Black Dog now producing their first local honey

Sweet Jones Family tradition continues to thrive
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Big Black Dog Farm has produced their first local honey. After three years as a vendor at Farmers Market on the Square, Columbia, KY, Donna Jones (aka the Honey Lady) will be selling honey which is harvested straight from her farm in Adair County.

Thanks to mentoring from legendary beekeeper Uncle Harry Jones and getting her husband trained in basic beekeeping, she now has honey producing bees on the farm. With lots of luck and hard work she hopes expand and provide more local honey.

This story was posted on 2015-07-29 10:16:21
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Big Black Dog Farm now selling locally produced honey

2015-07-29 - Big Black Dog Farm, 862 L. Jones Road, Columbia, KY - Photo from
>The Jones Family tradition as beekeepers and honey produces continues to thrive. Donna Jones, who is also president of the Adair County Garden Club, will, this year for the first time, be selling honey produced on her farm on L. Jones Road, Columbia, KY.

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