One of my strongest hives from last year has gotten in trouble. I did a split in early April and split is doing great! I was too long between inspections and the parent hive swarmed. The virgin queen must have died. During this time without a laying queen, they became honey bound. I have added a frame of eggs and they produced queen cells...my queen has just started laying. Numbers keep getting lower so I added a frame of capped brood on Saturday. I intend to add another frame or 2 again sometime this week. They now have 1 deep with 5 frames of drawn comb with nectar, pollen and a few eggs, 1 frame of capped brood, 4 frames of foundation, and 2 supers nearly full of capped honey. My question is what would be best for my new queen? Should I remove and extract the supers and place 1 back with drawn comb, remove both supers and feed 1to1 syrup, or remove 1 super and leave the rest alone? Thanks in advance!