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Swarming Bees

The unusual weather this spring has created an abundance of baby bees and according to Dan Wheat owner of A to Z supply and local bee keeper,  bee hives are splitting and swarms of bees are being seen in our area.

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Wheat says the activity is expected to peak with this week’s warm weather and could last over the next month. Wheat says If you find a swarm of bees on your property you should leave them alone and call a professional.

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You can call Dan Wheat Sr. at A to Z Supply at 273-6608 and he will be able to put you in touch with the local bee keepers association to collect the bees if you find a swarm on your property.

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