switching brood hive bodies
Ten years ago I gave up bee keeping, Defeated by the verona mite.
With the introduction of the mite resistant carniolians I decided to try beekeeping again.
My bee are russian's from Kelly bee's, I am very happy with the way they came through the winter. I would recomend them to anyone in northern parts of USA.
I have two hives, both with two deep brood hive bodies installed in 2010
My question is [This spring 2011]
Do I need to switch the hive bodies. I mean change the brood hives bodies from the bottom to the top, And the top to the bottom.
central Indiana Jerry