Re: Pollination Resource
Possibly, but the North East is pretty well booked years in advance. Until a beekeeper dies, retires, or raises his price higher than the grower is willing to pay beekeepers and growers know they can depend on each other and stick together.
When a beekeeper fails, doesn't deliver for some reason the void gets filled almost immediately. Growers go looking and pollination suppliers step up.
Things seem to be working just fine. But, ya never know. Modernization every now and then is not always a bad thing. Best wishes.
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