Thanks for your help Finsky. Please bear with me. I am not sure that I understand exactly.
Move the whole hive 10 feet away.
In the old place put a new hive with one frame each brood, pollen, honey. The rest empty foundation frames.
Then where do I put the queen if I find her? The new or the old hive? I'm guessing in the new hive at the old location....That would make the most sense to me. Is that correct?
Yes, queen has forager and youn bees and it continues strong laying
As to the Brood , or original hive, what if I break it up into nucs. If I separate each swarm cell or frame of swarm cells into it's own nuc (or in this case medium box). Won't that stop the swarming, while also giving me a few queens?
Many guys brare all queen cells but leave one. I do not mind break them. One possibility is to put all brood frames over excluder that a new virgin cannot go with bees.
Most of cases the brood hive is so weak that it does not swarm. The first virgin destroyes other queen cells.
Perhaps 20 % makes an after swarm
To break them into nucs is a big job. I do often so that I put couple of queen cells into a cage and break others.
I may do too a nuc.
But finally it is imposrant to join the hive partst that you get honey. Bee structure must be in balance: foragers, nurser bees, honey handling, brood from where hive gets new bees. If that hive has a new queen, it does not swarm any more.