We had a nice sunny warming day here and I needed to move my hive to its new stand. Figured I might as well check the feed stores. I fed them 6 gallons of syrup Oct/Nov to make sure hey had enough. I have an 8 frame deep and medium box as a brood chamber, medium on top. QE then deep honey super. Honey super has 5 frames full of syrup honey. Medium brood box is also FULL of capped sugar honey. I didn’t look in the bottom deep as I didn’t want to chill them, it’s not that warm. So what to do? I’m thinking about taking the honey frames out of the honey super and putting blank foundation frames in. They can use up the honey in the medium brood super to make room for more brood if necessary above the bottom deep. This my first full year and they’ve survived winter so I’m pretty stoked. Buds are just about starting to bloom and I figure the next couple of weeks spring will be starting to kick in so all that sugar honey can go into swarm traps and split nucs. Still a LOT of feed honey left over though. Thoughts?