Keeper is sweet to his bees, and that...

Keeper is sweet to his bees, and that pays off

There are 1 comment on the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal story from Apr 18, 2008, titled Keeper is sweet to his bees, and that pays off. In it, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal reports that:

“He's next to his grandfather and father at a beehive. That's all his father and grandfather did (for a living). He turned out to be my mentor.”

As he follows the advance of colony collapse disorder that is afflicting so many beehives nationwide, Doug Schulz watches his healthy bees and keeps his fingers crossed. via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

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“Life On Top Of The Pile”

Since: Nov 07

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#1 Apr 28, 2008
BeeKeeping is critical to the people of the world. Bees handle the pollenation of our food crops, along with the feed for animals. I'm glad to see someone doing it in a manner that does not harm the bee, and produces a pure product.

Thanks, and keep up the good work, Doug
...keep an eye on that guy, Sue!

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