I’ve been keeping bees for about 5 years in Southern Ontario Canada and I wanted some input on making sure my bees have room during the fall flow. Typically I run two deep brood boxes per hive with deep honey supers on top. This time of year I remove the supers which leaves each colony with two deep brood boxes that acts as my winter set up. I’m concerned doing so at the end of August may cause a lack of space. I was considering swapping two frames of honey for two frames of drawn comb in my top boxes after I take off the honey supers. Does anyone think that would give them room for the fall flow and set them up well for winter? The Goldenrod has just started to bloom. Much appreciated!