I had been feeding my 2 hives for the past week. I felt after looking at 1 of the hives that they may have enough and I didn't want them to start filling the brood nest. My queens just began to lay again after I removed the Apiguard, and at the time, started to feed. For the 3 weeks during the treatment there have been no eggs in either hive. So I am not sure if the feeding also encouraged the Queens to begin again, or if it was from removing the Apiguard.

Since I began feeding, should I continue at this time or not? Especially since I just read that during a nectar flow(or feeding time), queens will lay more. Thanks, juzzerbee