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Source Robert Arnason, Producer.com, June 6, 2019 

Beekeepers in Saskatchewan and Alberta are reporting minimal winter losses and most colonies are in good shape.

Hive survival last winter appears to be markedly improved compared to what many Canadian beekeepers experienced the previous year.

Beekeepers in Saskatchewan and Alberta are reporting minimal winter losses and most colonies are in good shape.

“For me, it was probably my best winter I’ve ever had since I started (beekeeping) in central Alberta,” said Jeremy Olthof, a producer from Tees, Alta. “I think we were around 15 percent (losses), maybe a little under.”

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