Re: Do you check before you place your hives
If your hives are visible from the road then that's just rude. If not, then nothing wrong was done. I imagine that the beekeeper asked the landowner if they could put bees on the property and may or may not have asked about whether there were other hives in the area. It happens. It has been discussed on beesource before, recently. Maybe, if you can find out the beekeepers name and contact info, the hives will be moved.
Originally Posted by tuzserhu
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." Henry David Thoreau, Mark B