Hello, My husband and I just got two hives from a local bee keeper here in Kalispell Montana, USA. It is September and the nights are getting colder. The local bee keeper told us both hives have one super with 8 frames of honey. He also said that the honey was starting to crystalize so we would have to havest it because the bees couldn't eat the crystalized honey. Can Bees eat crystalized honey? Do we have to process the honey that is in the frames or can we leave it for the Bees to eat over winter.