So I started a trapout on July 9th. All was going well. The bees that moved into the trap out began to make queen cells out of the eggs I gave them. They produced six queen cells. I popped my head into the hive today to see how things were progressing. The queen cells appeared to still be intact none of them have hatched. I am not sure what happened I guess they just weren't viable. Unless I missed one from before but I am assuming that the queen that hatched breaks down the other cells or the bees do. It seems to be getting a little late in the year to start this process over again don't you think? If by some chance there is a queen in there and she starts to lay will the bees that are still hatching out in wall be accepted to the new hive box or do I need to move the bees I have now and start a new box? There is currently 6.5 full frames of bees and still a load of bees just hanging outside. Thanks for any suggestions!