missing queen, drone brood everywhere
Hello...I'm having trouble with queens lately and am hoping someone could advise... I hived packaged bees on May 10th but without a live queen since she was dead on arrival. After receiving a mated queen that same day, I put the cage in (I never installed the expired queen's cage) but left the cork in on the candy end for a few days to give the bees some extra time to adjust. They were not happy and were balling the cage (attendants with queen). When I returned to removed the cork at the candy end 3 days later the bees were walking around on the cage and no longer biting. I returned 5 days later and the cage was empty so I assumed the queen was released, although I didn't see her. I went back 3 days ago to inspect the hive. Five frames were partially drawn out with some capped honey and pollen, and there is capped brood. The only problem is, it's all drone!!! I didn't see one single normal cell and there is no queen (I couldn't find her, no retinue, only workers crawling in and out of empty cells) I couldn't tell if there were multiple eggs or not, only bullets everywhere. Now I don't know what to do. Should I install another mated queen? Any advice or insight is greatly appreciated..