Last year was my first year as a beekeeper. I had a Warre hive and a Kenyan top bar hive. My Kenyan top bar did amazing ,however, I had swarming with my Warre. When I installed my package, I had 3 hive bodies. The top one serving as the area containing their syrup for feeding, the middle one was where they started building comb, and the bottom one they were supposed to move down into once the middle one was full. Well, they never migrated down and ended up getting cramped and swarmed. I tried moving comb into the lower box to encourage the bees to follow but they didn't take the bait ( I think it was too little too late at that point). I talked to some local beek's and they all chided me for not adding "supers" on TOP of my full brood box. I explained it was a Warre and that is not the method they use and got chided some more. The colony ended up not surviving because they were so weak. A few weeks ago I installed packages into 2 warre hives on the leftover comb. They drew out the top box quickly so I moved bars 1,2 & 7,8 of each box down to lower box-some bars contained brood. I've read so many tips but everyone seems to disagree and I often see Warre owners struggling with this issue. My neighbors own Langs and are constantly telling me how easy they are to manage. It's so disheartening. So, does anyone have any tips for encouraging your bees to move down? Does anyone use supering instead of nadiring on their Warre? Im trying to be proactive and a beekeeper not a beehaver.