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A row of honeybees lap up water with red tongues from a birdfeeder.

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A row of honeybees lap up water with red tongues from a birdfeeder.

Honey hives stung by suspected poisoning

Hundreds of thousands of bees are dead after what an apparent pair of poison attacks on nearly 180 honey-producing hives near Brandon.

The bee deaths reportedly happened sometime between Aug. 14 and Sept. 3 at two separate locations in the RM of Elton, about six miles and 10 miles northwest of Brandon.

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