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Colony Collapse Disorder

UM researchers, others close in on cause of bee collapse

UM researchers, others close in on cause of bee collapse

MISSOULA — The bees swarm in the morning heat, their buzz pouring from boxes stacked on Mount Sentinel. Numbering in the thousands, they’re warming up for their morning quest for pollen.

July 13, 2013 3:15 pm Video

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Sweet Success: After long road trip, Drange Apiary's bees are getting to work making honey

Sweet Success: After long road trip, Drange Apiary's bees are getting to work making honey

Andy Drange isn't bragging, he's simply stating a fact. On a head-per-head basis, he oversees more livestock than any other agricultural producer in Yellowstone County.

June 01, 2012 12:15 am Photos

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From the Editor: Beekeeper's quick action avoids YouTube moment

Sooner or later, any journalist who has ever wielded a pen and notepad gets an assignment that involves close interaction with an animal that can be cute, scary, cuddly, smelly and occasionally dangerous.

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UM, MSU researchers suspects virus, fungus cause of widespread bee disease

WASHINGTON — Researchers have a pair of new suspects in the mysterious collapse of honey bee colonies across the country.

October 06, 2010 5:53 pmLoading…

Pesticides may be behind bee problems

FORT WORTH, Texas — For Collin County commercial beekeeper John Talbert, the mysterious malady that is killing off bees means he’s keeping his hives close to home.

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