I just finished doing an early Fall check on my two hives and found one with lots of bees, but it has three supers of drawn comb with no honey, pollen or eggs. I observed some bees returning to the hive with pollen, and they seem active, but it looks like they are on the road to collapse and starvation. I also killed about eight hive beetles.
Should I feed them heavily until they rebound, or is it a lost cause?
The other hive is loaded with bees, honey, pollen and eggs. Could they be robbing the other hive?