Need some advise from ye wise beeks out there. Today was - no kidding - the first Saturday I have been able to get out to my bees and take the shims off from the dry sugar feeding. I got it off all my hives - except one - and sure enough I had one hive that built comb underneath the inner cover filling up the shim . :cry: I was hoping to get to them before they did that. So what do you guys suggest I do? Just go out there and peel all that comb off the inner cover? This is a two hive body and one super hive - I probably didn't need to put sugar on them but I did. In fact I only had one hive that ate all the dry sugar. I still had sugar left on all the others and they were NOT HAPPY that I took it off! You would think these bees would be in a goot mood today - as it being 70 degrees - but NO WAY!! We have spring break from school March 22, Can I wait that long to reverse my hive bodies?? Do I need to split at that time or wait??? I think I am going to split a few hives and let them make their own queens this time. Never done that before.