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June 22, 2023
United States Honey Bee Colony Losses 2022–23: Preliminary Results from the Bee Informed Partnership
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This year, 3,006 beekeepers from across the United States provided valid survey responses.

These beekeepers collectively managed 314,360 colonies on 1 October 2022, representing 12% of the estimated 2.70 million managed honey-producing colonies in the country in 2022 (USDA NASS, 2023). See the results at the link below.

https://beeinformed.org/2023/06/22/united-states-honey-bee-colony-losses-2022-23-preliminary-results-from-the-bee-informed-partnership/

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