I'm having the worse year! I will just ask about 2 hives for now. 1 hive became queenless. This was a package I bought this spring. Lots of bees. At a bee meeting at Purdue University I bought a queen cell. They are raising queens to have a better "cleaning" trait to control varroa. Anyways, I now have a laying queen but this 2 deep hive is almost full of honey. She is laying in what little space she has. The honey i'm thinking is the light sugar water I am feeding this hive. I need to know what I can do to get this hive right. My hive that made it through the winter has 2 honey supers on. 3 weeks ago I found swarm cells so I removed the old queen and made a 2 nucs. I left the old hive with queen cells to make their own queen. I checked on them yesterday and I have pissy bees and more swarm cells. I'm thinking they are still queenless. Because cells are on the bottom of frames is this hive thinking about swarming? Or, are they just making a queen. Also, in the honey super they are putting pollen in with the honey. Is that a problem when I take this honey off?