I am a first time beekeeper and started my hive a little late this year in May. It is time for honey extraction and I have a lot of questions so I figured I'd reach out to the experts! A. Our second brood box is mostly full frames of honey and the honey super hasn't completely filled up yet. Is it ok to take honey from a few of the deep frames? B. If I can't take honey from the brood box frames will they eat the honey from the bottom boxes first if they need more room for brood? The last time I inspected there was brood in little comb that was drawn between the boxes, does that mean they are "honey locked"? C. How do I handle the frames during and after extraction? Can I put the frames I just took honey from back to where they originally were in the hive? Can I take just a few frames at a time for extraction or do I remove the entire box? D. Do I ever replace the frames I take out for extraction with new frames? It seems too late in the year to ask the bees to draw out new comb. Any other advice would be greatly appreciated! I seem to be able to find a lot of info on how to extract but not much on what I do with the frames after or what frames I can take. I don't want my extracting the honey to mess with what I think is a very healthy hive, especially with fall approaching. Thanks!