I could not decide whether or not to use a queen excluder, so I never put one on and bees kept filling supers. I checked my bees this morning and they had a hive body and 2 supers full of honey and brood all mixed together. I was very happy to see all the bees and that all the frames are filled and did not have any intention on taking any honey this year. I have friends that live in the country and all there bees are struggling to fill there hive body and 1 super with brood and honey. I live in town and thought my bees would follow suit. I just do not know what to do from this point I put on a excluder this morning and 3rd super and moved some frames full of honey with a few drone brood up top and then got to thinking drones will not be able to get out and on my second hive i did not see brood in second super so just put on a excluder there. I am not certain if queen is on the right side of excluder so I guess I will check back next week to make sure no brood above. I just did not expect these 2 packages to explode like this and was not prepared. I do not know what to do from here should I harvest any honey or just let bees have it since there is so many or if I do how do I separate brood from honey.