Second year beek here, who is really starting to question what the hell I'm doing. Yesterdays inspection was quite surprising to say the least. Opened up Hive #2, which came out of the winter weaker than my other three, yet it now has 2 honey supers on it (one is full and capped) ... two other hives only have one honey super on them and they really aren't doing anything, very slow to draw them out and fill them. So maybe I can stop referring to this hive as my weaker one! Anyways, checked it out and there before my eyes had to be 20 swarm cells ... line up nicely across the bottom a frame. Last week we did have a swarm, but I have no idea which hive it was ... it was extremely hot all last week, all the hives were bearding after this swarm .. just no way of knowing which one swarmed. So maybe it was this hive, after all? So, I was advised to take all those swarm cells off, which I did .... carefully ... during this time, I actually had two of the cells hatch out and was able to catch both queens. Pretty amazing to say the least, nature at its best! All these cells were disposed of. Now the question is ... whats my course of action now with this hive, if anything?