The article doesn t make it clear how he knows it was pesticide rather than winter kill. Or why he thinks the equipment can t be used again (many pesticidesMessage 1 of 6 , Mar 16View SourceThe article doesn't make it clear how he knows it was pesticide rather than winter kill. Or why he thinks the equipment can't be used again (many pesticides break down quickly). Given the lack of facts and the out of the park valuation of the bees I have my doubts.
On 3/16/2013 11:36 AM, karon wrote:
I don’t know if he could make that stick in court as a legit number. but, TBH, it would make me mad just thinking of the hours spent caring for the bees to have someone destroy them. rather like losing a pet. I often think of my beehives as each one being a pet, all the little bees aggregated to make one hive that is my own pet. It seems to me that each hive tends to develop its own ‘personality’ too. But, maybe I’m just weird<G>
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