It is a hard choice.

Honeybees need nectar to make honey.  Chile has had little rain or snow for a long time.  Flowers have died.  There is no nectar.

Should beekeepers stay?  Or should they move their bees to places with flowers?

Pray: that God soon will give rain to dry Chile.

Read More: Chile has had several years of drought (little rain or snow). Carlos and Marco Peralta have kept bees near the town of Colina. Flowers no longer grow there. Marco feeds his bees sugar water and vitamins. But his bees are not strong enough to make honey. Carlos has lost 300 hives with bees since last November. He decided to move the rest of his bees to a place where pollen is more plentiful. Zechariah 10:1 says, “Ask rain from the Lord in the season of the spring rain, from the Lord who makes the storm clouds, and He will give them showers of rain.”