Mass. beekeepers say hives healthy despite national honey bee decline

While many of the nation’s beekeepers are buzzing over a honey bee colony-destroying phenomenon, owners of local apiaries say their honey-making hives are persevering against wet weather, pests and other challenges.

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2 Responses to Mass. beekeepers say hives healthy despite national honey bee decline

  1. David&Sons says:

    Our 150+ hives in beautiful British Columbia are doing quite well also. With proper insulation, anti-fungal treatments & timely feedings they are thriving and a majority are surviving the cold wet winters we’ve been having.

    Great site, keep the news coming.

  2. eivindm says:

    Thanks for the comment and the kind words!

    I really appreciate any comments to the news as they contribute to a better picture.

    Although I can see on the statistics how many readers I have, it is very cool to get in touch with the people behind the statistics :-)