Am I missing something? Why not just put it in the next super up?
THAT would be a super good idea, except maybe the dude ain't ready fo da new honey supas
Ok so how could a person remove and keep some frames of honey and pollen, no brood, to relieve a honey bound or crowded condition with the view of swarm prevention. A situation that I encountered. I have no place to store these frames, so wat do ah do? I am not ready to extract either but I suppose I could if that were the only solution. And when and if you want to extract and the honey, in frames, is capped but there is also pollen what happens. It's all good
Moving the frames up, if deep, presents a problem
I have two deeps for brood boxes and way too much honey in comb/ frames mixed with pollen.
I did place a new, empty, medium box with new undrawn frames over the bottom brood box currently used with thought in mind of running a deep and a medium as brood boxes. I moved the deep with honey and some pollen mostly filled, no brood, higher above a queen excluder to keep the new queen down. Now it's hard to keep a new queen down," just like a good man "
, but I am looking to lighten things up or down depending.
Those deep 10 frame deep boxes are a chore to deal with. I really should have gone to all mediums and may well do so, but later.
So wats da story