Honeybound often happen when you try to feed to induce drawing comb. The bees are only on a flow you have created and draw comb only as thye need it. They often fill the combs as they draw them and don't start drawing another until the drawn combs are practically full.
I belive I asked when you first joined the forum. Are you a member of Lakelands Beekeepers in Greenwood?
Always helps to be a member of an association. If you are I'm sure you have meet Ray, I understand he is a great mentor and most of all willing to be one!!!
I have not been feeding them, and they are drawing out the comb, and making honey. I do not know how much bloom is needed for this. I do have about an acre or more, that has been full of different weeds (wildflowers) that have been in bloom, plus my garden, and a couple of neighboring gardens I can see (maybe more hidden), I hope they continue to fill frames, I am waiting for my first bite of real comb honey, and would like to give my neighbors each a sample. I did not put on the queen excluders, untill they started drawing comb, and making honey in my supers filled with "cut comb" foundation.
Yes I have joined the Lakelands Beekeepers, and after completing their recent bee school, I have attended their meetings, which has been a lot of help.
Yes I have met, and know Ray, I just hate to bother him, and my computer is useually a good source, when I have a question or two.