Ive got several queens laying in nucs really well and Im about to start putting some in my big hives to requeen them. Ive got more ripe cells going to need to be put in nucs is a few days. I do not want no mistakes on introducing these new young queens. So what would you do in this situation? I can take the queens out of the nucs and use the push in cage method to introduce the queens. That way i can just split the nucs and start over again in a few days with the new ripe queen cells. Or even a better way to introduce the new queens into the hive would be to just combine the nucs with the hives after I pull out the old queen. But then I would have to start new mating nucs. I think there is more chance getting a queen injured in a push in cage, but I have had real good luck with it. I could also split the nuc and still combine what is left of the nuc into the big hive. I may go with that route. Some of you Old hands at this game help me out. What would you do in my situation?