Bidgee Bees owner, Jaye Hughes, believes adapting to Varroa mite will be key

Allan Wilson
Updated September 25 2023 - 8:21am, first published September 22 2023 - 3:00pm
Bidgee Bees owner Jaye Hughes, believes big changes will be on the cards for the industry, saying Varroa mite is here to stay. Picture by Allan Wilson
Bidgee Bees owner Jaye Hughes, believes big changes will be on the cards for the industry, saying Varroa mite is here to stay. Picture by Allan Wilson

An MIA bee keeper says the industry is headed for big changes over the next few years, with Varroa mite here to stay.

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Allan Wilson

Allan Wilson

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Journalist with previous experience working for mastheads in Tumut, Temora and Lake Cargelligo. Local to the area. Send me your news tips at allan.wilson@areanews.com.au

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