Over and over I read "taking a frame of brood won't weaken a strong hive" and "a queen can lay more eggs in a day that there is open space to lay in", etc. So, my question is, if I took two frames of brood yesterday to give to a stalled hive with chalkbrood, and need to give a frame of open brood to a weak, possibly queenless hive to boost population, and possibly make a queen from, I'll have taken three brood frames in two days. This is essentially making a "split" by weakening the donor hive by a third of its brood. I'd still like this hive to make honey. Our main flow is days to at most, a couple of weeks away.