First off, I am sure several of you have seen a thread similar to this but I couldn't find anything in the previous ones that matched my exact situation. Here it is....3 days ago my hive swarmed, so I took a look at both of my hives since it had been about two weeks since I last had a quick peek. The hive that swarmed and the other hive have two deeps for the body and one shallow super on top with an excluder in between. The swarmed hive looked typical of a swarmed hive with some brood, no eggs, queen cell on top of one frame, and less bees than before. Also, both hives had nothing in their supers. Supers were put on two weeks ago with some flow going here in upstate SC. First question is this, why did they swarm with an empty super and room to move up? Second question, what can I do to get them to move up and work the undrawn supers? Third and finally, will I be able to get any surplus honey at all from the swarmed hive? Thanks to all for any help!