First year with bees. I caught a smallish swarm in mid april. They are doing wonderful in the TBH I built. There are several bars of brood comb. The colony has grown well. In a quick inspection the other day I noticed a strange thing. At the "back" of the hive (bars farthest from entrance), the bees have brood comb for three bars. On the 4th bar back, there is a solid comb of capped, and being capped, honey. Then there is more brood comb. In several of the farther back bars, there is honey in the top and side, but also plenty of brood. Even eggs and uncapped larvae.
Since there are eggs on both sides of the solid honey comb, the queen must be accessing both sides. Should I move this comb to the back, just to separate it and make sure the queen doesn't get stuck? Or should I leave it alone and trust the bees to do what needs to be done? I was expecting all of the honey combs to be at the back of the hive.