For those of you who participated in the thread about feeding with supers on and tended to over simplify things this is probably of interest. I was told years ago by a neighboring producer that this is always his toughest decision: The heavy bees we brought back from Texas are getting lighter by the day as rain and cooler temps are in the forecast. A lot of clover and alfalfa are on the verge of blooming. Certainly the bees need a box; many have "plugged out" certainly a feed would be beneficial to many, everywhere is mud complicating the situation. Whatever you do it is going to take 1 to 2 weeks to make the rounds. What to do? Load the trucks with feed tanks or boxes? Decisions, decisions.