Added two nucs purchased from a migratory beekeeper April20 . Checked today both are filled with capped brood,larvae and eggs. One had 3 swarm cells with large larvae on the frame bottom and several supersede cells mid foundation. Did not spot the queen. It appears that the queen exceeded the wax building. The bee population is a little low. I was going to scrape the cells off but thought better of it since I have time to ask some questions and think a little. There is still undrawn wax on the outer frames and I have been feeding them. Both nucs are similar in development and I was very pleased with them when I put them in my hive bodies.I was thinking about putting in a drawn frame and see if I can get some eggs laid, fast. There are too few bees in there to swarm now but in a few weeks it would be quite strong and could take off leaving me another problem for the next winter. Any thoughts?