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Originally posted by Blarneystoner
I think bee keeping should become America's favorite new hobby. I took a course in HS and it's not that difficult really.
Originally posted by Pimander
I think we could already do that using fresh Royal Jelly from any thriving hive. However, how the protein works can now be studied for clues about mortality so it's fascinating nonetheless.
Originally posted by tsawyer2
This seems like excellent news for the honeybees! Hopefully, they will find it also useful in medical applications for us human beings too. I am definitely going to follow this development.
Originally posted by HenryPatrick
i make it a general rule not to star or flag any moderators, but i made an exception here because this could turn out to be pretty important...nice find...
Originally posted by gconran
Great news for the bees. 2nd year beekeeper here, and it's great to find ways to possibly heal/help these ladies (and a few guys) out!
I agree with one of the posters; beekeeping should become our national pasttime. It's also a shame that there are increasing homeowner associations that are starting to ban beekeeping; considering them a nuisance. All homeowner associations should be banned, or subject to minimal enforcement capabiltities. They are out of control!!