Ok, I split my big hive. The org. hive was (3) deep & then some. 1st & 2nd were brude, honey, pollen and the third was honey. 4th brude & (2) supers were drawn out. When I checked the hive I found 7 deep frames with queen cells about 1" long. I kept (3) frames with queen cells & cut the others out and put them on my chair. The three splits were (1) hatching, (2) bride, (1) honey, & (6) new frames in a deep hive box. At that point I was feeling good about life. I put sugar water on them, reduced the ent. to 1", & moved 1/4 mile. That is the furthest I can go, sorry. When I got back I finished with my last hive and looked at the queen cells to find nothing in them. The reason I am tripping is I think the (3) splits may have empty queen cells like the ones I inspected.
Ok, what's next? Should I open them back up, leave alone, put them back, or give up?
Thanks guys and gals'.