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Bees, like humans, sit on the front porch of their homes on warm evenings to cool off. It's called bearding. (Brett Kent / For the Enterprise)

The Beehive: Bees know how to adapt to all types of weather conditions

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Hello and welcome back to the Beehive. I would like to start out by thanking all the folks that stop by the farmers market on Main street and talk with Brenda and me. I would also like to thank all of you that have such kind words for the articles that we write and the compliments on our honey.

So what is going on in the beehives? Well I have to say, this summer has been the summer of weather extremes.

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