Growers

Farmers need honey bees and other pollinators, and these pollinators rely on them to provide plenty of forage options. Here, growers can learn how to be even better stewards of the environment by using safe and effective farming practices.

C.A.R.E.

Bayer Bee CARE

C.A.R.E.

In 2016, nearly 84 million acres – a record number – of soybeans and 94 million acres of corn were planted in the U.S. alone, according to the USDA. The products available to growers to protect their crops from damaging pests and diseases are essential tools during planting season, but with these products comes a responsibility to ensure they’re used in an efficient, responsible manner.

McCarty Family Farms

McCarty Family Farms

McCarty Family Farms

What makes a Feed a Bee partner? Well, for starters, a focus on pollinators and ensuring they’re well-fed and healthy with adequate forage sources for habitat and nutrition. Beyond that, our Feed a Bee partners hail from a wide range of industries – colleges and universities, government and nonprofit organizations, community groups and more! McCarty Family Farms is one partner in particular with a longstanding history of helping us feed the bees. Here’s why we think this century-old family farm is so special.

Neonics

Neonics

Neonics

Honey bees and other pollinators are important not only to agriculture, but also to the gardens and landscapes that people enjoy in both urban and rural environments. For more than 30 years, Bayer has been a leader in finding solutions to the problems affecting honey bees with committed interest in promoting pollinator health.