Kiwi fruit – two beehives located by water hose system - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:510796053
Upload date:September 06, 2014

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For migratory beekeeping, hives are set individually, in sets of two or four or sometimes more on a sturdy steel stand. This is in order that they can be hoisted onto trucks for moving into out apiaries. They are overwintered in a sheltered home apiary, and when spring comes, they will be loaded on a truck and moved to foraging areas – they may be moved two or three times over the summer to follow the flowering periods of various crops, as well as supplying bees on contract for pollination of fruit orchards early in the year.
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