Beekeeper Kenneth Rhodes sent these pictures of canola pollination that he took about a mile west of Shelley, Idaho. He writes:
These hives are owned by the Browning Honey Company, one of the largest honey producers in the United States. This is the outfit that mentored me in beekeeping for the first year and whom I got my bees from. Nice people. The canola is grown on the David Stallworthy Potato and Grain Farm.
The vast size of canola fields is always amazing. Thank you, Ken, for some interesting shots.