I have two hives. One I started last year and one I started last week. I went to check on the new hive yesterday and while I was out there checked on my old hive. To my surprise I found brood in my honey super, above the queen excluder. I have two brood supers; one deep and one medium, then the queen excluder, and then the honey super. I looked in the medium brood super and didn't see any brood. I didn't go into the deep super since it was getting late. I'm not sure how she got above the queen excluder, but I did take the hive down a few weeks ago to put a bottom board SHB trap on and maybe she got on the wrong side then. Anyway, I went ahead and placed this super under the quees excluder and put another super on top of it for honey. I moved the frames I found with no brood up (brushing off the bees and checking to make sure I wasn't moving the queen again) and then filled in with some drawn frames I had. Here's my main question. Will I be able to take the extra brood super I now have and move it to my new hive in a few weeks? I figured I would brush most of the girls off the frames before I moved it. The hives are only a about foot apart. Any suggestions?