Bayer Bee Care Program

The Bayer Bee Care Program was established to find solutions to bee health challenges. The program brings Bayer’s extensive bee health experience and knowledge under one coordinated platform. Bayer has proudly dedicated 25 years to ensuring the protection of bees.

Becoming a Beekeeper

Becoming a Beekeeper

Becoming a Beekeeper

Are you interested in beekeeping? Use the guide below to help you get started on your bee-utiful journey.

Food Supply

Bees and Food Supply

Food Supply

In the United States, more than $15 billion dollars-worth of crops are pollinated by bees each year. In the United States, honey bees perform most of the insect pollination, with help from other pollinators like ants, bats, bees, beetles, birds, butterflies, flies, moths and wasps.

Hive Scale Research with Annie

Hive Research wth Annie

Hive Scale Research with Annie

Beekeepers keep bees for lots of different reasons, some for a livelihood, others for the honey, but no matter the reasoning, everyone who works with bees is fascinated by them. New technologies such as hive scales can open new insights into what the bees are doing. In addition to potentially learning more about how our colonies are growing and developing, can hive scales provide us additional information that can inform our beekeeping management?

Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour of the BBCC

Virtual Tour

In this exciting Point & Click Tour, you are now able to take a closer look and discover our Bee Care Center in North America.

Healthy Colony Checklist

Healthy Colony Checklist

Healthy Colony Checklist

Over the past three decades, Varroa destructor, Acarapis woodi, Aethina tumida, numerous viruses, and a variety of other stressors, have presented increasing challenges to honey bee colony health. The result, in recent years, is that colony health can change dramatically over a short period of time. Therefore, monitoring honey bee colonies is essential.

Bee Care Buzz Newsletter – Winter 2017

Bee Care Buzz Newsletter

Bee Care Buzz Newsletter – Winter 2017

This issue's Bee Care Buzz Newsletter includes stories about: Feed a Bee Forage Grants Announced, National Honey Bee Day, and Prepare for Spring.