I have a hive that has superseded at least 5 or 6 times this year. I checked them in early September and they had another new queen. I decided to give her some time to start laying and get prepared for winter. I thought there may be enough time for her to get established and laying before winter, especially if I fed them. Yesterday I went back into the hive to make sure the new queen was laying. The new queen was gone, and I found 12 capped queen cells. Apparently they decided to supersede with the very first eggs she layed. They have done this all summer long. As soon as a new queen starts laying they kill her and start a bunch of new queen cells. I tore all the queen cells down yesterday, and this morning I used a double screen board and set them on top of another weak hive. I have never seen a hive supersede so much. Has anyone else had a hive like this, and if so how did you deal with it?