I installed 2 packages on the 17th of April into my hives that had plenty of honey in them from my hive that died out over the winter. I have been feeding the new colonies but last night as I was watching the door, I saw the girls bringing in loads of pollen so I am wondering if I should stop feeding as it seems they have plenty of forage now. Both deeps in the hives are fully drawn with comb and as I mentioned above, there was plenty of honey and pollen left from last year. I have been using entrance feeders and when I lift the jars to look in the bottom of the feeder, there is syrup in them and no bees really taking any of it. The weather in Illinois has been somewhat cool but the bees are still getting out to forage so I am inclined to stop feeding at this point.