Good Morning Guys! I need some of your wise bee advise. We have had a late spring here in Arkansas, but the last few days has been 80s and the honey flow is going on big time. We have clover blooming and the bees are buzzing. I got 2 more nucs from my fellow beekeeping school teacher last night, and she told me that when she got in there to split, that she saw swarm cells EVERYWHERE! It seems we went to swarming season in a split second here in the Ozarks. She was very surprised to see this many swarm cells. She said they were all over the frames, etc. I planned on splitting 4 of my hives this weekend, but now I think I may try to get a sub to take my classes today and come home at noon and split my hives instead of waiting till Saturday. BUT my question is: if I see a multitude of swarm cells what should I do? Let them just "split" themselves and hope I can catch the swarm or go ahead and split them? Last year I split and they swarmed anyway. So I really am in a dilema as to What to do here? I would appreciate your wise input this morning before I decide to either take off at noon or not??? THANK YOU!!