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Published April 25, 2013, 12:00 AM

North Dakota remains bee strong


A bee pollinates a rose at the Dickinson Research Center in 2005, before the first wave of bee colonies died off in 2007. Bonnie Woodworth of Woodworth Honey & Bee Co. in Halliday, the North Dakota Beekeepers Association director-at-large, said beekeepers in the state experienced major losses this year. Some lost 40 to 70 percent of their colonies.
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