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A Utah lawmaker wants to clearly label honey so consumers know if they are getting raw honey that has not been heated. Read more

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Library beehives example of resurgence in beekeeping

In the heart of Utah’s most urban setting you’ll find something quite unexpected. It’s a bit of experiment that is literally taking off. There’s often a steady migration to the fifth floor of the Salt Lake City Library — of … Continue reading

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Free honey offer popular in Utah

A program in a Utah County town that gives residents free honey in exchange for hosting beehives has become so popular there is a waiting list. Read more

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Utah Detects Africanized Honey Bee Near Cedar City

Utah Department of Agriculture and Food officials have detected the presence of the Africanized honey bee in Cedar City. Read more

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Africanized Honey Bees Arrive in Southern Utah

The Utah Department of Agriculture says the bees have been found in Washington and Kane counties. Read More

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Ozone Product Might Help Make Bee Hives Cleaner, Safer

Ozone, which is already used to sanitize drinking water and swimming pools, might help make hives cleaner and safer for America’s beleaguered honey bees. Read More

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Utah sees big decline in it honeybee count

Like bees in 34 other U.S. states, Utah’s bees are suffering from colony collapse disorder, a mysterious disease that scientists can’t pinpoint. The disorder is so named because it is detected when adult bees abandon their hives. It was first … Continue reading

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