The Importance of Queens | Sheri Bettine

Eggs and Larvae Hallelujah!  This is Déjà vu.  Didn’t I write this just a few weeks ago?  Our latest new queen has now integrated into the hive successfully and has started laying eggs.  What a relief.  Our bee population is greatly reduced from missing a laying queen twice this year.

Bees in the summer only live about 35 days.  In a healthy hive, there is an active queen who is laying eggs every day.  Every day in the hive there are eggs turning into larvae, larvae turning into pupa, bees eme…

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