Did inspections today. My biggest hive. 2 deeps and 3 mediums. All 3 mediums full of honey but not capped yet. Does not come out when frames turned on side. Here is what I don't understand. The brood boxes had honey in them as well. I found swarm cells today, hanging on the bottom of frames. BUT, there were empty frames of foundation (all were wax foundation) lots and lots of bees. Why would I find swarm cells when they had plenty of frames with foundation. The wax foundation was covered with bees, thick, but not a hint of being pulled. I removed all swarm cells and split the colony, added deeps and mediums with wax coated plastic foundation this time. Mixing up all the boxes with foundation and comb, honey etc. I put 5 capped queen cells in the incubator so I can add a queen to the hive that didn't get the queen. Would a hive refuse wax foundation like that, and swarm instead of pulling it? I hope I did the right thing, I sure didn't want this hive swarming, it's the biggest and most calm hive I have, should I extract the honey even though it's not capped yet. I mean all 10 frames in the 3 supers are pulled and full of honey. Now I have 2 hives, 2 deeps each, and one with 2 mediums and the other with 3 mediums on top. Geez, wasn't expecting to see that.