There's a lot of calls for swarm pickups at this time of year and I'm sure I can catch a lot if I put out traps. I'm considering putting these captures in to nuc boxes and letting them get established. Once the box is filled out I intend to sell it. The thing is, when there's banter on the forums about nucs being sold and the price of them. I'm always assuming that it's a nuc full of bees where the type of bee is known. Whether it's Italians, Carnolians, Russians or some other line. Has anyone done this and is there any disadvantage to selling survivor/feral stock other than that they could be hot, which I would take care of if that's the case? A beek friend of mine seems to have no problem selling his full hives despite them being feral stock. Should the nukes be wooden or can they be waxed cardboard? Mediums or Standard Hive frame? What is the standard/common way that nucs are sold as?