I did my second inspection of the year today and noticed a few things. First, both hives were booming with bees. I noticed some queen cups in each hive but they were just a bunch of empties from what I could tell. I scarred them all and scraped off the excess drone comb that was hanging between boxes and otherwise cluttering the area. Almost all the frames in each hive are being used by the bees. I noticed new nectar being stored in each hive ( I have fed them nothing but solid sugar through a candy board until today). I placed 3-4 new, undrawn frames in each hive a few weeks ago to give them more room and to also steal some old comb for my swarm traps. These frames are starting to get drawn out but a few remain mostly undrawn/unused. Temps will be in the 50s with rain the next 3-4 days. I placed a hive top feeder on each hive and split 1 gallon of syrup between the two hives. I am wondering if this was the right move. I don't want them to be without a food source if the weather is bad the next few days and they stay in. I also don't want them storing the syrup in the available cells and taking up valuable laying space. If they are bringing in nectar should they be alright without the feeders? Should I let them have the half gallon each and then try to put a super on? Last year they kept swarming so they never even drew out a frame in the supers I placed. So I would be placing undrawn supers on each hive. Is the presence of new nectar enough to allow them to do their thing without feeding them the syrup? I also thought feeding the syrup could get them to draw out the super quicker, but I have read you never feed when honey supers are on to keep the honey pure. Although, my super frames are undrawn, so maybe it wouldn't matter at first? Do you think I did the right thing? Any advice or criticism is welcome. Thanks !