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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i He Lc i HBRIuue HeRALu i uMday, Novwnbtr "Wind, or a lack of it, plays a big part in honey operations. If the wind is blowing more than 25 miles per hour, the bees can't get out of the hive to look for nectar. Without nectar, no honey." sweet sting By RIG SWIHART, Herald Staff Writer COALDALE Millions of bees working for Bee Farm Enterprises here are finished for another year and hundreds of pounds of fresh liquid honey is being shipped to Japan, United States, British Columbia and Ontario. Owned by Alan Graham and Doug McCann, Bee Farm Enterprises operates hives throughout Southern Alber- ta. The firm works out of a large processing plant in Coaldale, shipping bulk honey in barrels through export channels and to processors in Canada to be packaged in small con- tainers for the retail trade. Continued Page 3 ;