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A Fulmer family

We, the Fulmer family, come from a small village in Somogy, where our ancestors started beekeeping almost a hundred years ago. At that time, the land was still treated as it was 500 years ago. Without any chemikals. People ate that, what the natural power of farmland gave!

It is well known that honey is counterfeited on a huge scale, and the counterfeits come in huge quantities from all over the world, mostly from the Far East. The press is full of c...
They are kind, open, tolerant, and concerned [?] interesting [?] people. The 20- to 30-year-olds I’ve met are all well-educated.The towns are mostly made up of old, ’Stalinist-bar...
At the same time as building the camp, we started beekeeping in mid-May. We had no time to waste, the flowering starts in May and lasts until mid-July. After that everything dries ...
I returned for the third time a few months later, in May, after the organizing work at home was over, with four Hungarian colleagues. This time it was to start the work. In the tow...
By the time I arrived back to Budapest, I already had an idea of how our plan [for what?] could be realized. I discussed it an what I had seen with the beekeeping members of my f...
A few years ago, after graduating, I followed Botond and joined the family business. When necessary, I am involved in product development and engineering work, for example on machi...
I started beekeeping in my teens. My father was driven by the desire to spend our leisure time doing something more useful than the occasional idling, me and my three brothers wer...
I get most of my ideas from beekeepers. They know the area where they produce their honey. I travel a lot to beekeepers around the world to find good honey. But I also meet them at...
My early childhood experience has left a fundamental mark on my thinking. In the early 60s, farming was what the power of land gave you. In the village where I grew up in Somogy,...
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