If you're splitting with the queen (a forced swarm is what we call it) take three frames of capped brood, a frame of honey/pollen and a frame of drawn comb if you have it and put them in a 5 frame nuc. You have to make sure that the mother colony has eggs/very young larvae with which to make a new queen. It's a little late in the year to be making splits so be prepared to baby them through winter...we even need to do that here in FL. In early spring we may make weaker splits with only two frames of brood but that's a rarity and would be pushing your luck right now.
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