New to Bee Source and the forum. I have read some of the post through google searches and decided to join. I have been beekeeping for a whole year now. Very limited knowledge but willing to help anyone that I can. I will probably get more than what I can give right now though. I decided yesterday to open the hives for inspection, I have only 2. The girls have really been active here in central Alabama with all the warm weather. Being the first year I left the honey supers on the hives so they would have their own food source. I did have to put a sugar board on one hive because I felt they did not have enough stores to get them through the winter. Upon inspection of both hives I found that I now have a lot of brood being reared in my honey supers. I pulled a few frames out and I have a lot of queen cells built. A few of these got destroyed when I removed the frames. OOPs??? Being new to this, my first spring after winter, I just stopped the inspection and put the hives back together. Not sure exactly what I should do or how I should proceed. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance