You're over three hundred miles south of me but you may want to consider removing any honey supers about now, if not already done. This will encourage bees to fill any remaining cells w/ honey/pollen in preparation for winter.
Re-arranging frames (Frame Manipulation) is also something you may want to consider. Push majority of brood below and pull up majority of honey frames so top super is packed w/ honey and above the broodnest. Once done and all else is going well, you'll be ready for winter wrap up.
Those brood frames your seeing are your winter bees. Be careful sharing them this time of year. If you have a weak hive a combine may be a better alternative to taking brood frames from a strong one.