"Greater access to queen cells could promote a more profitable and sustainable beekeeping industry by increasing accessibility to queen cells and bolstering queen producers’ income streams. This could also give beekeepers an economical solution to reduce colony losses and improve their ability to satisfy the demand for pollination services by increasing their number of rentable colonies."
This guide was written by: Ellen Topitzhofer, Oregon State University Megan Mahoney, Mahoney Bees and Queens Dr. Ramesh Sagili, Oregon State University Funding for this guide was generously provided by: the National Honey Board and Project Apis m.
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