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Beekeeper And His Dog Puzzle Details:

About: Beekeepers (persons who keep honey bees) are also called honey farmers, apiarists, or less commonly, apiculturists. Most beekeepers are hobby beekeepers. These people typically work or own only a few hives. They produce and sell liquid and sometimes comb honey. Beeswax, pollen, royal jelly, and propolis may also be significant revenue generators. So what are you waiting for? Click start and join the beekeeper and his cute dog in the field while he takes care of his hives. Have fun!
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