A fellow mid-MD beekeeper recently added a medium honey super with undrawn plastic foundation BETWEEN brood chambers. The bees drew it out completely within a week. Now he wants to know what to do with the drawn-out honey super. Is the practice of putting undrawn foundation between brood chambers common? I typically would put it on top and then feed 1:1 to get it drawn out. Any thoughts on why putting the super between brood boxes to get drawn quickly works? Was this just an anomaly?