WhipperSnapper are you a UPer?
Honey bees are good pollinators of many crops. I don’t grow squash, but they certainly pollinate my pumpkins, blueberries, broccoli, raspberries, blackberries, fruit trees, flowers and trees. Bumblebees might be better if your main crop is tomatoes. I put in some elderberries 2 years ago and they bloomed like crazy this past summer. I don’t recall seeing any honey bees on the elderberries, but something pollinated them; I had tons of elderberries.
I attempted to raise some bumblebees last year and failed. While there is a learning curve with honey bees, I feel they are much easier to raise than most of the other options. Not only that, but there are way more honey bees in a hive (50,000 and up) than you’re going to get with any other pollinator.
Did you have a specific question, or crop, in mind?