Bee business not so sweet: Wellington beekeeper stung by the weather

Colony Collapse Disorder has earned headlines across the country as honeybees have been dying mysteriously in huge numbers, threatening fruit and vegetable crops that are pollinated by the hardworking insects. But the experience of Morris Hinton, who keeps bees in a quiet field off a dirt road near the Wellington Reservation, shows how Mother Nature can menace the small businessman with nothing more than bad weather.

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