The orchard discovered two empty bee hives days before their sixth annual Cider Festival on Saturday.
This week on Noon Edition, we will be discussing all things bees.
The Honey Bee Colony Loss Survey reports this year’s first quarter loss is 12-percent, compared to 22-percent last year.
There are many potential causes for bee die-off, but most scientists agree the parasitic Varroa mite is a major factor.
A new study shows the trends in the declining honey bee population across the United States.
A Purdue University investigation found that about 29 percent of Indiana’s honeybees died off this past winter.
Beekeepers continue to experience a decline because of "colony collapse disorder," a phenomena first identified in 2006.
Purdue University experts say parasitic mites are going to be more populous this year because of the warmer winter and spring.