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Rana

I find beekeeping - and beekeepers - fascinating. I dislike the inevitability of being stung, however. Knowing that bees aren't out to get you, and that the bee dies in the process is cold comfort.

actor212

One-third?

I think the proportion of food that is either directly or indirectly traced to pollination is much higher, particularly in America. After all, think about all the grazing animals, too.

minstrel hussain boy

we have a lot of beekeepers down here. we are able to buy a lot of specialty honeys. there's the run of the mill alfalfa, but cotton honey, citrus honey, asparagus honey, even onion honey all have their own distinctive tastes.

i could do well as a bee keeper. 'cept for the crappy back yo.

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