So all of the conventional Beeks are taking the top honey supers off and harvesting the frames. The general consensus is that only two brood boxes should be used to winter over a colony. This means that my third super needs to come off. I was prepared to do this to make the moving of them an easier task. But first, I went to my friend's house to observe both an Apivar treatment.(More on that later) and to pull her honey and reduce the hive size for winter. We had planned on extracting honey from both my hive and her two, but nothing I saw in my top super was capped on both sides. Uncapped honey runs the risk of too much moisture which can spoil the whole extracted batch. So in the end, we only took her frames.