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who got to thinking, "everyone out there feeds the hummingbirds so why not get the general population interested in feeding the bees." After all, bees are necessary to our survival.
Beekeepers feed bees to build up their numbers, why not get our neighbors involved. Be a Beekeeper without Keeping Bees is what I say.
Mike, my husband, who was recently retired bought a couple 3D printers and came up with a liquid and pollen bee feeder (patent pending) that he could print from his 3D printers. We were anxiously awaiting opening day of our local farmers market to introduce the concept, then Covid hit. That didn't stop the bee enthusiasts though! People at the market were in love with the idea.
That test market and sales led us to being able to mass produce these nifty little feeders for our striped friends. The commercial version is now available for purchase.
If you want to support your local agriculture and do your part to help supplement food for our bee population, take a look at our feeders and order one, two or three today. They are a great conversation piece, as well as helps to educate people, plus they are just plain fun to watch.
Stop using your feeder once the dandelions come out. In the Fall & Winter you can feed them any day when it is above 50 degrees; they'll be out looking for food.
While this may be fun for most people these are honey bees you will be attracting. If you are allergic to bee stings this product isn't for you.