All the buzz was about honeybees Nov. 21 as Clay County farmers, ranchers, agriculture students and elected officials came together for the 44th annual Farm-City Luncheon. Bees, one of the most vital agriculture partners, might not have had an actual seat at the luncheon tables but their presence was felt because none of the meal ham, green beans, mashed potatoes, rolls, banana pudding and tea would be possible without them, according to the keynote speaker, Rob Horsburgh, an agriculture protection specialist with the Apiary Inspection Section of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. (Florida Times Union)