Sure, why not?Boardman feeder above the inner cover???
What I have been doing is catching as many as possible. I do not medicate them and there is no need to feed them. As long as they don't come from someone's fed colony a feral hive won't swarm until there is a good likelihood of a flow. I don't feed or treat. I lose about half the first year swarms on a normal year. After that losses go down. You will find that bees from different locations will look and survive a little differently. I trap over 5 counties in Indiana. 65% of my established colonies come from 1 township in 1 county. They are just more hardy.If I happen to catch a swarm, do I treat it as I would a package, or as a more established colony, given their numbers? And do you medicate them, or leave them alone the first year? Thanks for any advice.