Going through some of my hives, I noticed that a few of them have brood areas that have been disrupted by frames with pollen scattered about. I will find patches of brood interspersed by pollen, frames with one side covered in pollen with brood on frames on either side, etc. It seems to be hard to find nice solid frames of end bar to end bar brood with these patches of pollen jammed in everywhere. Some frames at first glance have a shotgun brood appearance to them but on further examination I realize that the queen is just laying where she can! Will the bees move this to allow more room for the queen to lay? If I could, I would somehow remove all this pollen to allow the queen unfettered access to completely empty comb instead of having her search all over for space to lay eggs. Is there some way to get the bees to either use or move this pollen? Should I cull these frames and put in new foundation in order to get new drawn comb for her to lay in? Seems that would be a waste.