I have two hives which survived winter, however one was very apparently stronger than the other based on the visible activity and the early emergence of bees from the one hive. Both hives use two deeps as a brood chamber and both have significant activity collecting pollen the last three weeks, but always with the one far busier than the other. I opened the weaker one today and found the entire upper deep box full of capped honey. My question is -- should I requeen this hive or is the hive weaker due to lack of egg laying space? Should I extract the honey to expand the brood chamber? It has been a very early, warm, and dry winter here in central Washington with an early bloom. Thanks in advance for any and all help!