There is a lot of info if you search. IMO in Ky you should have already reversed you boxes. The biggest thing is making sure the queen has a place to lay and has not become honey bound. This is done by opening up the brood nest. There is also alot if information on checkering. I live in the Nashville area. So far I reversed the deeps 3 weeks ago and moved some of the frames around to make sure the center had open frames not full frame of capped honey. All my hives have capped brood in both boxes. Everyone's opinion on this can be is not the same. This seems to work for me.
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