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It is,Wiredcouk reports(in great detail) Or as one Google software engineer succinctly toldScience "Um … no That’s a prank" WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump said on Monday that he is unsatisfied with Saudi Arabia’s explanations of what happened to missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi but he does not want to lose investment from Riyadh Saudi Arabia on Saturday confirmed the death of Khashoggi who has not been seen since entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct 2 US lawmakers have been sceptical about Riyadh’s shifting explanations and comments from Trump and the White House have varied [nL8N1X24DL] (Reporting by Jeff Mason; Writing by Makini Brice; Editing by Doina Chiacu) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed In the end House Bill 1236 failed to fly with the House Agriculture Committee and was tagged with a do-not-pass recommendation for when it goes to a full vote of the HouseBeekeepers and North Dakota Extension Service experts said the bill was the equivalent of using a hammer to swat well a beeEven primary sponsor Rep Chuck Damschen isn’t wedded to the 2-mile setback of hives from homes apartments residential facilities day cares and schools A half-mile setback might be fine too he saidBut state law needs some sting to get bad beekeepers in line he said“You just can’t have unlimited amount of bees in some area” Damchen saidHe said the issue came to a head last August in south-central Cavalier and northern Walsh counties Bee populations had explodedBees love the canola in the northeast part of the state and canola yields improve with bees he said But after last year’s crop was harvested starving bees headed to farmsteads seeking food and water“It’s become enough of a problem that farmers can’t work in their yard and oil companies won’t deliver” Damschen saidBeehives were found unregistered had no contact information for the owners and were placed without permission he said“My intent is certainly not to harm the bee industry … but I don’t want to make it so miserable that farmers can’t do their work There has to be a balance And this is a vehicle to get to that point” Damschen saidWill Nissen president of the North Dakota Beekeepers Association said if the bill’s restrictions somehow become law it would be devastating“It wouldn’t hurt beekeeping It would end beekeeping in North Dakota” the Minot man saidPart of Damschen’s bill allows beekeepers within the 2-mile limit around inhabited structures if they get approval from owners“How can you get permission for a 2-mile radius Nissen asked “It would be like you getting into your car and having to ask permission” of everyone living on the roads you drive Bonnie Woodworth director-at-large for the state beekeepers group was at Thursday’s hearingA 2-mile hive setback “would destroy the industry” the Halliday woman said “Ninety percent of the locations would be impossible to maintain In western north Dakota we have people living in campers on section lines”With 12000 hive locations and two dozen complaints a year she said communications between beekeepers and landowners overall are excellent“Most complaints are resolved” she saidBees are generally kept in North Dakota from May to October In that short window they keep crop production humming with pollination and put the state at No 1 in the nation in honey productionIn 2013 North Dakota honeybees produced 33120000 pounds of honey worth nearly $676 million That’s more than twice what is produced in Montana and South Dakota the National Honey Board reportsJan Knodel an entomologist with the Extension Service said bees range 2 to 3 miles when foraging But domestic honeybees are relatively docile she saidKnodel said research shows that canola and sunflowers have greater yields thanks to bees“There is an increase in yield of the canola between 13 and 46 percent depending on the study you look at” she saidShe said people may be confusing aggressive hornets or yellow jacket wasps for honeybeesThe chairman of the House Agriculture Committee Dennis Johnson R-Devils Lake said Senate Bill 2025 a rewrite of regulations for the bee industry is also in hearingsAmong the hallmarks of SB 2025 is it requires hives to be registered with the state Agriculture Department They must also be clearly marked with an identification number and the contact information for the beekeeper Johnson said it’s possible that bill could see some sort of hive setbacks tacked on in an amendment? chief executive of Four Directions, The roughly . 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