Tom Codde with Honey grand champion winner Rob Mallet.
Tom Codde with Honey grand champion winner Rob Mallet. Renee Albrecht

The sweet, sweet winners of the honey section at the Gympie Show.

APICULTURE

Reserve Champion Honey Exhibit of The Show: Hatch, Reg

Champion Honey Exhibit of The Show: Mallett, Robin

Class 1000 Light Honey 0-34 P'Fund Honey Colour: 1 Codde, Tom, 2 Jordan, Jeanne, 3 Rasmussen, Ivan.

Class 1001 Pale Amber Honey 35-50 P'Fund Honey Colour: 1 Mallett, Robin, 2 Alexander, Pauline, 3 Jensen, Rick.

Class 1002 Medium Amber Honey 51-65 P'Fund Honey Colour: 1 MacKenzie, Brian, 2 Findlay, Kayle, 3 Jensen, Bradley.

Class 1003 Golden Amber Honey 66-81 P'Fund Honey Colour: 1 Mallett, Robin, 2 Findlay, Kayle, 3 Hatch, Reg.

Class 1004 Dark Honey 81-120 P'Fund Honey Colour: 1 Finney, Vic, 2 Chapman, Maree, 3 Chapman, Maree.

Class 1005 Cut Comb In Liquid Honey 2x500gm Jars: 1 Craig, Glen, 2 Alexander, Pauline, 3 Alexander, Pauline.

Class 1006 Granulated Honey: 1 Finlay, Kayle, 2 Hatch, Reg, 3 Finlay, Kayle.

Class 1007 Whipped Honey: 1 MacKenzie, Brian, 2 Codde, Tom, 3 Codde, Tom.

Class 1008 One Frame Of Comb Honey: 1 Codde, Tom, 2 Browne, D & P.

Class 1009 Novice - the Exhibitor has not won a prize for an Apiary Exhibit: 1 Maree Chapman, 2 Jeanne Jordan.

Class 1010 Bees Wax - Moulded Block - 2Kg Approx.: 1 Findlay, Kayle.

Class 1011 Bee Wax Art - any art predominantly Bees Wax, Moulded: 1 Alexander, Pauline, 2 Alexander, Pauline, 3 Alexander, Pauline.

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