I have 3 hives that are great. They all 3 are very nice and queens lay a great pattern. I have just extracted everything above the first super. Got about 14 gallons and have put the empty supers back on the hives. These 3 hives are sitting in the middle of hundreds and hundreds if not thousands of acres of soybeans. The soybeans are gonna start blooming in a few weeks. Then after that, will be fall stuff, golden rod etc. I am thinking of finding these 3 queens and moving them with some empty comb, brood and honey to nucs and bringing them back home to start new colonies. These big hives are full of bees and brood. Leave the big hives to requeen themselves during the soy bean flow and have a good laying queen (hopefully) for the fall flow and winter. What do you think about this plan and timing, with what they have fixing to start blooming.