I get the whole thing about not flipping the comb around and putting it back in the hive the wrong way around. The girls don't like it. Ok. Here's the question. Everyone suggests having two hives when a beek is starting so they have things to mix and match in case of shortages in one hive. So, say for example, I wanted to move a comb of brood from one TBH to the other for population or a comb of food? How do I know which side to put which way when I am switching between hives. Do I just keep the orientation from the hive it came from? Is this a stupid question? If the bees care about the orientation of combs from their own hive, do they care about others as well when introduced?