$2.16

The price of honey in the United States increased to a record high of $2.16 per pound in 2014, reflecting a drop in production due to a distressed honey bee population. Wisconsin’s 2014 honey crop was valued at $6.64 million, down 21 percent from the previous year’s $8.43 million.

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The price of honey in the United States increased to a record high of $2.16 per pound in 2014, reflecting a drop in production due to a distressed honey bee population. Wisconsin’s 2014 honey crop was valued at $6.64 million, down 21 percent from the previous year’s $8.43 million.

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