It's the first of February, and we haven't still had much of a winter. A "snow day" ancing: would be nice, but we will get out of school sooner without them...Oh well?? My bees had a full super of honey on top of two hive bodies. Would it be a good idea to feed a pollen patty now? I am having trouble trying to figure out what kind to order. I have made patties before, but they didn't seem to "like" them...and I followed the recipie to the letter. Dadant has patties called "brood builder" and some with Honey B Healthy in them. I have never used patties like this - so not for sure which to use. The bees had such a rough year last year, and I thought I would give them a boost this spring. I am afraid that their winter stores will be used up too quick and we will probably get socked with a cold snap late and really knock them for a loop.. Second question: since I have 2 hive bodies with a super of honey - when they start bringing in nectar will the bees store it below (like they should) or put it up in the super where they are feeding?