Oxford man researches way to protect honeybees

Butler County made large-scale beekeeping possible, when L.L. Langstroh invented the modern bee hive in Oxford more than 150 years ago. Now with honeybees across the globe threatened by parasitic varroa mites and the mysterious colony collapse disorder, another man from Oxford is working to make sure honeybees will be around for generations to come.

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