We've had one heck of a honey flow in my area. I have three hives that are nearly packed full of honey and I need to get my butt in gear with few empty supers ASAP.
So, I did a split on May 15th. Worked like a charm. BUT, it seems as though the hive I split from became honeybound in the time it took for the hive to make a queen. I checked it yesterday and there is a queen, but no eggs. Every frame in the 3 deeps is full of honey.
Yes, I did a search on honeybound, but I always like to have reassurance before I do something for the first time.
I'm going to add an empty super below the top super. This should get her laying, yes??? I use foundationless frames and I guess my concern is that they're going to continue packing cells full of honey as they build comb.