I had two hives over the winter that did very well. So well, that one of the hives was making queen cells like crazy and was packed to the top with bees. I took the brood chamber and stuck it on top of an empty medium as i am trying to get all my bees in to medium boxes. That one is doing fine and has tons of new eggs and brood (no queen cells). The two mediums with all of the queen cells were placed on an entrance board and given some open frames. However, upon inspection today, i see very little larvae and no queen cells. they tore them all down. They also act very strange, bearding on the hive entrance and generally just look confused. I think i kept them from swarming, but now i believe them to be queenless. My goal this year is to split and not worry about honey, so i don't want to recombine the hives. I want more hives. Is my best course of action to get two mated queens and do a split of these two medium boxes? They are packed with bees and they are actively building comb on the empty frames. If that is a good idea, are there any breeders that have queens now? I am new beekeeping and know i made some mistakes, i'm just trying to salvage these bees the best way possible. Thanks.