Well, I fed my bees through the fall as late as I thought would be prudent. I did all the winter things to get them prepared to hunker down against the northern Utah cold, but things aren't very normal weather-wise this year. By now, daytime highs are usually below freezing and lows are hitting single digits. This year, however, we've had a string of days in the 50's with lows in the 20's and the bees are fairly active; which means they are probably consuming their stores. I'm guessing I should take advantage of one of these warm days and get some sugar in there. Would the newpaper method be better or should I make a candy board? If I feed them, will they choose the sugar/candy board over their stores?