In a medieval fantasy world I am imagining, there are bear-men living in villages, with your medieval houses, roads and such. They also have farms with various vegetables, fruits and grains (wheat, lettuces, apples...). And of course, honeybee farms. Note that they don't tend to livestock like cows or chicken, only bees.
They live apart from other sentient beings, secluded in their lands in an oceanic, tempered climate. These bear-men are able to do pretty much all of what humans can do and even more, since they are as strong as grizzlies.
Finally, while the existence of magic is known, mostly proven and most simple spells are affordable, long-lasting enchantments over wide parcels of terrain cost a fortune and are complex to maintain. Magic is therefore not in the reach of your standard peasants. Moreover, these bear-men aren't really fond of magic. If they can avoid using it, the better!
My question is: Given the fact they enter into a hibernation state every winter (like bears do), how much would that affect farmland and honey production? If having your farmlands unattended for this long has a strong negative impact, is there a way to mitigate this (crop choice, preparation...)?
Addendum from comments : My bear-men have to hibernate/sleep during winter, unlike real world bears. Although they can be awakened in case of urgency, it's detrimental to their health and they become really grumpy when doing so. Please do not disturb, let bears sleep peacefully!