I caught a good sized swarm one month ago and installed them in a deep ten frame box. They have built out eight of the ten frames, five with brood and three with honey/pollen. I only added one frame of drawn comb with feed at the time. I was going to add a medium today when I checked on them and found the queen, eggs and young brood. In addition I found three queen cells. One capped. The queen cells are small and on a wacky piece of cut out comb from another hive. What is the best path to take here to prevent swarming? I plant to do whatever is best tomorrow morning. Leave them be to see if they tear down the three queen cells, probably not going to happen...., remove the queen, some nurse bees/brood and a frame of feed into a nuc? Remove the queen cells and some brood/ nurse bees and a frame of feed? Other suggestions? I looked through twenty pages of a "swarm cell" search and only found answers partially answering my questions. Thanks!