should i move the combs around there is some capped brood i just want to give my new queen some room for laying.
By the time your virgin queen is mated and returns to the hive ready
to lay eggs, a least some of the cells of what is now capped brood
will have emerged which will free up cells for her to lay in.
The stores will be used up quickly raising larva so I wouldn't panic
You'll need to keep a close eye on brood space once the queen
begins laying at full speed. If your brood nest boxes (IMO, two deeps
or three medium supers) are drawn and in place, just make sure
you are going to have boxes with frames to add when needed for
If your feeding now you might want to slow down a bit since their
food needs without a laying queen are minimal