Hi Guys - Just so happened when the state bee inspector was out inspecting my hives, one of them was fixing to or already had swarmed. We saw LOTS of queen cells with live little queens just dying to get out. So he split my hive for me by splitting the large hive bodies in half. In fact it was so close that when he moved one of the hive bodies for me, we saw a little queen peep out on the front landing board and then went back in. I know to check both hives for eggs (we did this last Wednesday) probably this Saturday?? But my questions is this: This hive had 3 supers on top (I had just put the third one on a few days ago) and I wondered WHEN should I add a second DEEP to both splits?? Both hive bodies are FULL of bees and in fact I was just out there and the largest one had bees outside bearding big time. It has been incredibly hot here, but those supers are full of honey too, so I wonder if it is a space problem too? The hive bodies I have all are new foundation and since it is getting towards the end of the honey flow (with this drought we are having) should I even put another hive body on them now or not? I know it takes a good honey flow and lots of energy to pull foundation - but they also will need the space too? We have had a great honey flow here, but if it doesn't rain they will be using the honey for themselves. All my hives are really huge right now and have lots of honey. Thanks for your wise advise!