Gleaning ants

We realized that farming ants should be like keeping bees. Both species work together to accumulate more food than they actually need. We found that ants designed to glean fields of grain after harvests reduced lost grains by 95 percent but, of the recovered grains only 34 percent was needed for the maintenance of the ant farms. We are developing a breed that can harvest a field of wheat, oat, triticale, or rye completely by themselves and, of course, they separate the seeds of weeds as they work.