September's finished,and one of my new nucs from this summer has an enormous population of healthy looking bees and fresh eggs, but not a drop of honey in the hive. I'm sure the genetics of the queen are just telling them to constantly reproduce instead of wine down like they should, but I would feel bad losing such batch of healthy bees this fall when they inevitably starve out without intervention. My main question is should I simply combine these bees Into another hive, or is there a chance to massively feed these bees back from the brink and dump a sugar block when winter hits. I doubt any syrup would be feedable past halloween which gives potentially a one month window. Is that enough time to go from zero to passable winter stores with dry sugar as insurance?