I sold my house and in the process had to move my 1 hive. I have been super busy for all of September, and this month - so haven't had the time to work the bees. Hopefully it doesn't result in a loss. But I moved the hive to my property - and I think it resulted in a robbing situation. Because when I checked on the hive I moved I noticed it is very light. I didnâ€™t break it open â€“ but when I lift it â€“ it is not heavy at all. So here are my questions? I have another hive on the property that has three boxes. The two deeps and one medium. The one medium, and deep are full of honey. I pulled the one medium from it â€“ and I plan on placing it on top of the hive I moved. Will this be enough for them? And do I still have time to feed these bees? Or would a better scenario be to move the full deep from my one hive and leave them with the medium plus what would be left in the brood chamber, and move the deep to the hive I moved? I live here in southern Michigan. Last year this hive I moved survived off of the brood box, and about half of another deep â€“ but got low in the late winter/early spring â€“ so I had a medium I gave them from a hive that died. Anyway â€“ if you guys can give me any ideas as to what to do, and hopefully it isnâ€™t too late in the season. It is tough when the hives are off site â€“ Itâ€™s just not the same like when they were in my back yard. Thanks.