A few of my hives have what I think is way too much pollen. Literally the entire bottom box (a medium) full of pollen. I don't know if they'll ever use it. What would you do - leave it in the hive or remove some? I'm afraid if I remove and replace with empty frames, they'll just pack those with pollen in the fall. Their presence is a major small hive beetle attractor. Some colonies are just pollen crazy - I suspect it's the unique combination of weather patterns coinciding with the hive population , so that maybe there's an overbundance of nurse bees graduating to field bee age just when the pollen is coming in, before the flow. Or maybe those same bees could have been kept busy drawing comb, if there was a source of nectar (or sugar syrup.) Scratching my head. I've wasted so many frames, since this is a thing in my area (southwest Ohio.) I haven't wanted to invest in pollen traps, as they're pricey and I'd need one for almost each hive.