wound care, manuka horse, horses

Doctor Says Manuka Honey Works for Wound Care?

According to Dr. Anna O’Brien, a veterinarian, a study was conducted at the University of Glasglow, and it led researchers to the conclusion that various types of honey have antimicrobial properties that could help inhibit the growth of bacteria often found in horse leg wounds. Also, another Glasglow study claims to have discovered agents in honey…

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Maori people, manuka honey, land rates, New Zealand, earthquake

NZ Beekeepers Shaken by Earthquake

Following a fairly devastating recent earthquake in New Zealand, there have been damaged beehives and bee losses among the casualties on the island. The difficulty of reaching the isolated bee hives, in addition to damages and losses, are just some of the challenges facing New Zealand’s Upper South Island beekeepers. “Like other primary producers, it’s…

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San Francisco honeybees, luxury hotels, Canada honeybee, New York City, best bees

“Best Bees” Delivery Service Wants to Save Bees

Best Bees aims for a social purpose that encourages saving honeybee populations. Approximately half of the U.S.’s bee colonies were lost in 2015 and 2016. Millions of hives are collapsing, with many suspecting the cause to be related to colony collapse disorder, the phenomena where a colony’s worker bees suddenly vanish, severely crippling or even…

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