Just checked my hive for the last time before winter, and find that there is no capped honey at all. There's some uncapped, but not much, maybe like 5 frames were partially filled with uncapped honey. There were also no brood capped or uncapped. That might be normal for this time of year in Missouri. I also had a lot of hive beetles. I obviously will have to feed through winter, any thing else I can do to increase survival odds? Any ideas what happened? I didn't notice lots of chewed up cappings that might indicate robbing. This was a new hive from a nuc this year. They were booming most of the summer, I had a like 8 deep frames of honey in June.