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Column: After many queens leave, bee hive finally crowns a successor
Rudi Kiefer
Last year, one of beekeeper Karla’s three hives, operated more as a science project than for food production, lost a queen. This would make it die out because the queen is the only one who lays eggs and thus produces offspring. I got a new one from a supply company in Clayton.