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We performed a check on the bee hives today and we have some interesting news.
One of the hives is doing so well that we need to stop it from swarming.
Swarming is the natural way that bees reproduce. The queen leaves with half of the bees to set up a new hive and the other half stay behind and grow a new queen.
We don’t want this to happen because then we would lose all of workers who make all the honey!
We are going to perform an artificial swarm which is where we remove the queen from the hive and put her in a new hive with a few of the bees to look after her. She will then start to lay eggs and build up a new hive. The old hive will notice she has left within 15 minutes because they can no longer smell the queen. They will then start to create new queens. We will choose the biggest and strongest queen in the new hive to survive and hopefully she gets mated.
For a video on how this works click below!
Keep checking the blog in the next few weeks to see what happens with this process!