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Brett Kent

Rain sends bees indoors, not out mining flowers for nectar

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Welcome back to the Beehive. Here are a few more interesting bee facts. Then we will talk about the weather and what it is doing to the bees and lastly, I will mention another little incident, which happened since the last time I wrote. Oh, and for those of you that read the last column, the queen came back and she is laying eggs like a state fair blue ribbon champion.

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Here are a few more honeybee facts.

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