We had an opportunity to speak to TAMU students about honey trade, bees around the world, pollination, and why bees are so important.
Protecting pollinators through more sustainable farming practices.
In a world where antibiotics are always the answer, there have been great strides in breeding programs working to promote better bees through selected genetics.
As we focus on commercial beekeeping, we think it is equally important to give back to the beekeeping community as well as the general population by encouraging knowledge about bees and sustainability.
Bees are inspiring creatures. They create their own food through foraging without damaging the plant they feed from. They do not waste anything – putting the wax, propolis, pollen, water, honey to work in an impressively efficient way.