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So I made a royal mess of one of my hives when I found a bunch of capped brood above my excluder. I split the hive and tried to see if I could get both hives going. This was at the start of August and I realized it was probably too late. I did a newspaper combine a week later and now the hive is overflowing with huge numbers of bees. My problem is I have three medium supers above my two brood boxes. The top brood box is maybe 30% filled with honey. The 3 supers are all full of half filled honey and some capped brood. I am located in central MN. What should I do to get this hive safely down to two brood boxes and set for winter?
 
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