I have a dozen med depth supers of uncapped honey which I probably should have fed back to my bees last fall but..................So now I still need to take care of these before I return them for the upcoming season. Rather than creating a feeding frenzy in the spring, I am considering placing these UNDERNEATH some colonies with an excluder over top to discourage queens from moving down into them. I have fed back supers like these in the fall just by putting them atop lighter colonies and within a few days the bees would carry the unripened nectar down. I am wondering if by placing the supers on the bottom it may act as more of a stimulus? Has anyone tried this approach despite the extra labor involved?