Western Farm Press By Todd Fitchette February 2, 2016
The annual push to get about 1.8 million colonies of bees to pollinate California’s almond crop is a necessary and profitable relationship between the beekeeper and the grower.
It’s a time of the year when upwards of 90 percent of all the managed bees in the United States are clustered into one relatively small region.
Sadly it is also a profitable time for more nefarious activities.
Continue reading (Crime victim speaks out and includes Tips): http://westernfarmpress.com/tree-nuts/bee-thefts-pick-almond-bloom-begins?page=3