With 25 years of experience as a professional beekeeper, Kelly Penrod, right, has 400 certified hives producing about 100 to 140 pounds of honey per hive annually. He and his wife, Desiree Rufer, left, who describes herself as a “worker bee," run Penrod Farms in Camino.
With 25 years of experience as a professional beekeeper, Kelly Penrod, right, has 400 certified hives producing about 100 to 140 pounds of honey per hive annually. He and his wife, Desiree Rufer, left, who describes herself as a “worker bee," run Penrod Farms in Camino. Sue Morrow smorrow@sacbee.com
With 25 years of experience as a professional beekeeper, Kelly Penrod, right, has 400 certified hives producing about 100 to 140 pounds of honey per hive annually. He and his wife, Desiree Rufer, left, who describes herself as a “worker bee," run Penrod Farms in Camino. Sue Morrow smorrow@sacbee.com

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