I've been watching my bees lately and they have me worried. They seem to be doing well, except they have very little honey. There is just a little capped at the top of some of the brood combs. But there is no capped honey behind the brood nest. I checked them a week ago and they had a bar (wax about half of the bar) filled with honey and pollen (not capped yet). When I checked today, all of that was gone! The comb was clean as a whistle and there were just 2 or 3 bees wandering over it. The brood nest seems to be doing great. Plenty of eggs, brood, and capped brood, but very little honey. There is a huge field across the road from us about 120 yards from the bees full of clover (I'm hoping they've found it). What should I do? I'm worried about them not having anything for the winter! Do I need to start feeding them syrup and just keep that up? Please help me. Neither of my hives have enough honey to equal just one full comb. HELP PLEASE!!!