Have several hives with 2nd year queens and one split that was looking to be queenless so thought it would be a good time to try to get some queens made. Was thinking on Cloake board method and put in 2 frames in 2 stronger hives with 5 triangular starter strips hoping to get some vertical cells with eggs. Waited a day and what I got was 2 deep frames mostly drawn out with drone comb being filled with honey as quick as they were being drawn out. Funny they drew out those frames so quick but are being slow in drawing out the honey super (no excluder) and are binding up the queen stuffing honey in every open cell in the lower boxes. Would it be more successful to try to get it to work in a hive activly filling the supers, or do I need to try a different method as the honey flow looks to be in full swing? I imagine I could cut some cells with eggs and reposition them, but not sure about grafting eggs. Looks like some new eggs showed up in the split, there must be a queen hiding in there somewhere. So, not an energency to get queens, but do want to replace some before winter.