In those cases (swarm cells), do you promote removing the cells? I know that is an area of discussion on the forum. What's your take on "management" in these cases?
Most people on the forum will say to NOT remove queen cells. It often happens that the swarm will be ready to leave when you find the swarm cells, and if you remove them all the swarm will STILL leave, taking the queen and leaving a queenless hive.
Better to do a split, remove some of the youngest queen cells, leaving the a couple of mature cells to hatch, then put the splits back togather a few weeks later if you don't want the extra hives.
It is a great time to harvest some extra queen cells to raise for extra queens and even make splits if you get to that point.