I am a first time beekeeper getting 4 cram packed 5 frame nucleus colonies today. I have a deep super and top feeders ready for each of the nucs, and I was thinking of just setting the nuc boxes on the screened bottom boards for a few days before installing the frames into their permanent home in the deep Does leaving the nucs to sit there a few days before installing them - help them to get acclimated to their new location at all, or should I just install them as soon as they get here? They are very full nucs. I'll be feeding them a 1:1 syrup for at least a week while they get to work. I'm in SE TN, and there are bounds of clover flowers on the ground, among other summer flowers. Should I feed them longer than a week? I do have a mentor, he says I will need to feed them all the way through to the fall to help them store, but please let me know your thoughts as well!! Thank you!