It is a known fact that bees play a vital role in agriculture. What might not be so well known is that Bayer Crop Science has dedicated twenty-five years to ensuring the protection of bees through its Bee Care Program. At this year’s Commodity Classic, Bayer Crop Science unveiled their “We Care for Bee’s Exhibit”, an exhibit to celebrate bees and what they do for all of us. Veldon Sorenson, a researcher that works for Bayer whose hobby just happens to be beekeeping, was on hand at the bee display during Commodity Classic to talk with growers and share with people some perhaps unknown facts about bees, such as the vast number of crops that are actually pollinated by bees, as well as the challenges that are affecting bee health. Sorenson says that Bayer is hoping to open up a better line of communication between growers, beekeepers, and researchers, in order to help farmers have the flexibility they need to care for their crops, while providing protection for beekeepers, so that all can be successful. Farmers and non-farmers alike should be aware that bees are essential for maintaining our planet’s future food supply.