Hi there. First year beekeeper. So i had a package of bees that killed the queen a month in. I found 11 queen cells. All were a mixture of emergecy/supercedure cells of various sizes and a couple swarm cells. I killed 3, put 3 in a nucbox and left 4(thought there was 10 and left 3 but i missed 1) in the original hive. I found a queen which hatched yesterday that was all yellow. This morning i saw a swarm from that hive (cant get it as it is 30 feet up in a tree) and went to check and see the hive. Turns out there is now another darker colored queen in there. Do i kill the remaining 2 queen cells so they do not swarm again or leave them alone? I also found a very small queen yesterday in the grass (unsure where this one came from, my have missed another queen cell im assuming) with 10 bees around her and put her in a queen cage. Im confused to why this hive isnt killing the queen cells and keeps letting queens leave unscathed. I checked my nuc i did the split from yesterday and that queen killed the 2 other cells in there and im assuming is still in there today but the original hive keeps swarming virgin queens. Again now that i found a new queen in the hive im unsure if i should destroy the remaining 2 cells. (one has a crack in it so i assume she may have stung through that 1 but the other seems unscathed and is a swarm cell.) Any advice? Dont want to kill the remaining ones just to see another swarm and have 0 queens but i also want to prevent more swarms.