While inspecting my hive today I found a number of queen cells on the bottom of several frames in the upper hive body. Last fall I found the same thing and destroyed all the cells only to find out a couple of weeks later that my queen was already dead, and the bees were replacing her. I was forced to buy another queen. Today I reversed the hive bodies for the second time this year, because the top was very congested and the bottom was very empty, no brood. Will this have an effect on the queen cells that were built by placing them in the bottom. Also, will the reversing help to convince the bees not to swarm now or is it too late once the cells are made. This is my second year with this hive and I badly want to harvest a honey crop this year, which would be my first crop. What advice would someone have for me?