This spring I had the pleasure of having my friend Dereck, and his 9 year old son Evan, join me for a queen inspection. It is always fun to be able to show kids an active hive and see their eyes go wide as saucers when they are eye to eye with 30,000 – 50,000 honey bees! This inspection was to see if the queens I installed a few weeks ago were producing brood. One of the things I look for is pollen being hauled into the hives. This can...
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