In May I hived two swarms in empty TBHs I had built the year before. I checked them about two weeks after housing them - they were both queenright & building straight on the bars. I have been busy for the past month& didn't get a chance to check them until last weekend. They are both really big strong hives now. One of them has crossed the comb over on at least 7 or 8 combs & I wasn't able to pull them apart. I decided I would pose the question to this forum. Should I go in now & correct the comb - which would mean cutting anywhere from 3" to 6" of crossover comb at the top of the bars or should I wait until the comb has cured & darkened a bit? I had a collapse with my first TBH (which is doing fantastic!) & am somewhat hesitant to go be cutting into the new white comb. They have built massive combs which fill the entire shape of the hive & probably weigh over 5 lb.