In recent years, the world has finally begun to take notice of the drastically declining bee populations, and people are starting to understand the impact that this could have on the ecosystem. Slowly, people who care are working to correct this problem with some inventive solutions.
The father-son duo behind the “Flow Hive” took notice of this problem over ten years ago, and worked tirelessly to make their honey business more friendly to the bees.
After roughly a decade of research, Stuart and Cedar Anderson released an Indiegogo-funded invention called “Flow Hive.”
The idea behind their invention was to replicate a real beehive and harvest honey without causing any harm or posing any risk to the bees or their home.
Read the rest and see the pics here: https://www.naturalblaze.com/2019/08/father-son-duo-help-create-51000-new-beehive-colonies-with-amazing-invention-honey-on-tap-from-the-hive.html
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Glyphosate kills all.
I’ve seen this about a month ago
Pretty dam cool
I have a friend that is on his second year of bee keeping
Now he’s up to 5 hives ( or whatever they call them white boxes )
It’s a lot of work from what he talks
Plus he made his own hives from wood
Very interesting hobby, plus the honey is delicious
I wish I had the time
I had bees flying all around me today in Minnesota, they like to stay by trucks that are loaded with squashed bugs on the front of the trucks, they like to pick at the flesh. Bees are carnivores big time. They dont just eat honey, they like to eat dead bugs too, especially freshly squashed bugs.