Yes, I see it every season when the honey flow starts. It is a good thing.
White is fresh clean comb. It will get coloring - yellow, dark yellow. brownish, even to almost black if used long enough. The nice white comb is what comb honey produce strive to keep. It soon gets yellowish as bees track stuff across it. In the brood chambers it will get dark from the brood.We started our two new hives in late April, and had a queen-right problem for a bit but got through it just fine. We added a second brood box to each hive 10 days ago.
I went to check the hives today (just a peek to see how things are), and I'm noticing a good bit of draw-out that is white instead of the usual pale yellow.
Anyone run across that? Should I be concerned?