Yes I only have one hive. That will make requeening a problem.
I saw the queen yesterday. She is still there, she's just stopped laying. During the week, the temperatures have ranged on average from 4C-9C but then the last two weekends it has snowed here, with temperatures dipping to -2C.
I've been feeding pollen patties for a week now, and dry sugar for 3 weeks. There is still honey in the hive but not a lot. I'm hoping that the feeding and the temperature increases will get her laying again. She's only a year old, which surprises me why she stopped laying. Hopefully with food coming in, she'll get her "butt" in gear again.
Any other ideas to stimulate laying?