Need a little help!!
My hives are in their second spring - 2 strong, 1 weaker. Spring has come very early - daytime temps are decent (60's) but nights are often close to freezing.
On a wicked hot day 2 weeks ago I reversed the hive bodies. The bottom supers were all very light and the top supers had quite a bit of honey left...books all say this is good to switch as the bees like to move upwards...so now the top supers are filling up and the bottoms are the fuller ones.
I have noticed in the last week or so that a couple of hives are kicking out several white larvae...obviously bees but not fully developed...I usually see 2 or 3 when I visit (once or twice a week).
I have some guesses but that's all they are - should I be concerned??? Should I re-reverse to put the bodies in the same original position???
All replies much appreciated!