I have started beekeeping this year with 2 nucs. One of the nucs lost it queen probably the last time I opened it which was 4 days ago. They have started several queens which at this point have not been capped so they are less than 5 days old. This was a 4 frame nuc that I bought 6 weeks ago. I just put the second deep on the other nuc bought at the same time and was planning to do it to this hive today. The question is what should I do to manage this? I could let them sort it out themselves which would make getting them up to power for winter a big challenge. Or I could make some small mating nucs (1 or 2 frame) for the excess queens they are raising. The plan would be to have several small nucs donating frames of capped brood to the main hive or possibily combining the small nucs at the end of the year to make larger hives. Maybe even trying to raise the nucs and overwinter them. I am definitely leaning toward robbing at least a couple of frames as it seems like it give me more options if things don't go smoothly. Is there anything that I am over looking as far as options go?