Did two cut-outs with Howardaj31 yesterday. The set up was as follows. Metal building on a metal skid in an old industrial facility. 4 colonies under the metal floor of the building. One week ago, they demolished the building and carried the skid out into a field and dropped it off upside down. One the first hive, we noticed almost zero open brood, and several queen cells that were built upside down. At least they were upside down in relation to the rest of the comb. My first thought was that the queen was injured or killed in the demo process and they started new ones, AFTER the building had been flipped. Maybe there is a new tv show, Flip This Hive? Anyway, we placed some of the cells into the new hive right side up and the others upside down. Do yall think it will matter?