So then perhaps a few stupid questions from me:Place them between drawn frames in the brood nest while feeding. It will get them moving pretty quick. That is what i've done so far and it works great.
Good point on the queen laying them up, and YES she will do so. Once she does you move the comb again either above a queen excluder or if making splits, use it in them.So then perhaps a few stupid questions from me:
I thought we're (beeks) not to "break up" a working brood nest, for example with moving or adding frames?
And if you did add foundation frames into a brood nest and the bees draw out comb, won't the queen come along and lay in them? Is dweber just trying to get frames
drawn out with some good clean fresh comb?