People that don't TRY to play golf usually think of it as a good way to spoil a walk. People that don't practice and try to improve their game, probably ARE spoiling a good walk. bahahahahahahaha
Personally, I don't care for queen excluders. I believe in giving the bees an unlimited brood nest, and let them use as much space as they need. Occasionally, I have had queens that move up, and no matter what I did, they just won't go back down. As the season progresses, the bees start storing and curing nectar at the top, and force the queen back down. Sometimes, they store the nectar below the brood nest, the colony becomes honeybound, and they begin swarm preperations. Another problem entirely. I usually interfere as much as possible by rotating hive bodys, etc etc. If making comb honey, I prefer cut down splits as a method of increase and improved production, but it's labor intensive and timing is critical. There are so many ways to try to manage bees, and if I had a grundel of hives, I might feel differently. However, since I only have a few, i micromanage them and probably hinder their production almost as much as a honey exclud.... I mean queen excluder does!!