Just feed the dog...... my son's dog, for some reason, loves to eat comb.....
You will just create the bees unnecessary work dragging all this cadaver out.I took a drone full frame out that was foundationless. I just left it outside the hive and they all died. I put it in the back of my truck. I guess I'll just put it back in the colony as I wondered what to do with it.
I found putting the killed brood frame back into the hive resulted in a lot of dead pupae being dropped off the doorstep and creating a stinking mess and ants. It may well be that it is more economical for the bees to just draw new cells as Greg suggests.You will just create the bees unnecessary work dragging all this cadaver out.
Mites may also crawl back onto the bees, if any are lurking on the comb.
These buggers can live for a long time in hostile environment (I kept them alive in the kitchen for few days).
Cut the dead brood out and toss into compost/for birds into the bushes/etc.
Put back the blank frame.