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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.



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.

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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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