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Bee Nutrition

Why and how to provide bees with supplementary nutrition?
Bee nutrition is of paramount importance for their survival and the vitality of the ecosystems they support. Bees, essential pollinators, gather nectar for energy and honey production. Pollen, rich in proteins and nutrients, nourishes larval growth. Water regulates hive temperature and humidity. Balancing these elements is critical for robust immunity and colony survival.
By feeding them, we safeguard food security, biodiversity, and the health of our environment.
Protein plays a very important role in bees’ diets. In theory, bees can find all of the protein required for their development in the pollen they collect. A reduction in
Freddy Proni is the North American manager for Veto pharma, an EAS master beekeeper, and also serves several organizations in the apicultural and farming sectors as a volunteer.