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Home remedy saves bees

Buzz of activity on family’s honey farm never sounded so good

Mark Rulison works at Rulison Honey Farm in the town of Florida.
Mark Rulison works at Rulison Honey Farm in the town of Florida.
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The bees are busy at Rulison Honey Farm. Put an ear to any of the 1,000 hives and it sounds alive, like the buzz of a city. It’s the season of accumulation. The Rulison family readies their hives in the spring and harvests in the fall. Over the summer, the bees do the work. Under the low ceilings of the old farmstead barn, as Gary Rulison, his cousin Mark and his son Ben sorted bottles ...


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ed186
July 9, 2012
8:51 a.m.

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Very interesting article. I had no idea just how man has caused this problem. And now there seems to be a cure.

wmarincic
July 9, 2012
5:56 p.m.

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A very good article that is full of information and facts, John Enger should cover the Shenectady Police and people would have more respect and a better appreciation of what they have to deal with on a daily basis.

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