To raise good queens you will first need a box, maybe a nuc box, where you shake in a few thousand worker bees from one of your hives. Insert into there frame/s of pollen and honey and, after 6 hours introduce eggs after you cut the foundation making multiple triangles but, make sure you have plenty of eggs near the edge. Introduce this into that queenless colony with NO flight (a.k.a. no entrance...or at least it should be screened in. After 48 hours you should have some good makings of queen cells. Then, these can be moved into a "finisher colony" which usually consists of a five frame nuc or other QUEENRIGHT COLONY. Place these frames above an excluder as far from the brood of the queen as possible. Check them periodically to make sure they're alright but NEVER shake the frame to remove bees. Also, NEVER flip it upside-down. After 13 days maximum, take them out and the best formed cells should be gently cut out of the comb and tied into new frames. Anywhere from 1-3 of the cells can then be placed in a MATING NUC, where she must remain for a minimum 29 days. This gives her time to mate, begin egg production, and allows her to maximize pheramone production and this leads to better acceptance and longevity. This is a very basic outline and I sujest you take a class before you attempt any of this.