I am lucky with the freezers, I have 2 in the house and 1 in my shop. This year I have had my worst year with the shb. I do not shake the frames, I try to keep all the larva in the frames. I will either put a super or just frames in to a bag, sometimes a double bagging, put them into the freezer for a few days. When the hives get to where they can take care of the frames or a super I will replace the one in the freezer. Or I will put it on another hive and let the clean it up. Good luck to you and your bees. Hope for a better year next year. With the weather we have had here, and my yard is at my home, I have extracted no honey this year. Have left some on for the bees. Was talking to a fellow beek today, he has 60 hive and got 90 gals of honey. Just depended where your bees were. A beek in local club has 11 hives and got 170 gals. He has a lot of popcorn trees. Hope y'all are having a good year.