I am wearing two pairs of pants with a long sleeve shirt, a thick goat glove, a round helmet with a wire bale, under a sturdy white jacket. I look like a combination of Michelin Man and Buzz Lightyear.
Early in the morning, my husband took a box of bees at our local farm, or "nuc" (abbreviated as "nuke", abbreviated as "colony nucleus") and this time It is time to transfer the chunks to our hive. Despite my protection, my hand trembles and my nervous sweat comes out of my forehead just like I do not want to react. Bee does not necessarily feel horror, but responds to sudden nerve movements and if bees are suffering, emits "attack pheromone" to warn others that the hive is being threatened To do.
I grow fruits and vegetables and grow chickens in my northern California garden for about 10 years. However, there is one thing that makes me leap forward with beekeeping. I am fine … it is horrible to be stabbed.
That's meEarly this year. This is an alternative to the traditional hive, promising to be able to harvest bees with "minimal confusion". Hive, which began as a crowd foundation movement three years ago, is the birth of Stewart and Cedar Anderson, beekeepers of Australian beekeepers.
"I just thought that we had better ways to harvest honey than the way I did.
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