Last week in Sutton I did a walk away split, moving some frames to the nuc to let them raise a queen. I thought I'd do a quick check on them to see how they are doing.
Here's the nuc. You can see along both sides of the center frame a bunch of bees.
You can see on the next two pictures the characteristic hanging "peanut" cells of queen cells:
I counted about 5 cells, which is good. I decided not to mess with separating those frames - I'll let the queen be born and they can fight it out to see who wins.
I also decided to bring over a bunch of the frames of honey left over from last year's Sutton hive, to give them a food boost.
It's a shame to let this go to waste, but it won't now!