As some of you know, I have 2 hives, and one is excelling, while the other is doing nothing. I cut out some of the cross comb (comb going sideways in the hive), but left about 4 frames worth so as to not destroy anymore eggs and the queen if I didn't see her. Well, this hive is really suffering now, and wax moths have gotten into it. I was wondering if I should shake some bees in from the strong hive, and put more frames in with good foundation and built comb? The other option would be to wait until the spring, see if the hive makes it through the winter, and then try making a new queen through a nuc and expanding that way. Which would be best?