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Thread: Honey Bees in my front yard

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    Senior Member southernmema's Avatar
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    Oh my!!!!..

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    Quote Originally Posted by FroggyinTexas View Post
    I hope the "beeman" just relocated the bees to another hive. Bees that are producing honey are also pollinating your garden and your flowers...Most people who are called to get a hive relocate them so they can continue their work. I used to keep bees in my backyard. That's when I learned that whatever you have to pay for a pound of honey is worth every penny! froggyintexas
    Yes. They would be relocated. They could have stayed there if it wasn't for the fact we live in an area with many small children and we were concerned that they might antogonize the bees (and some of the boys would) and we didn't want anyone to get a bee sting. I got one sting working with the honey comb and it burned for five minutes or so.

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