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Hi I’m a beekeeper and I have loads of bees and they’re taking the hives with them at the moment. I’ve got 6 hives which I will need to replace. The one thing I didn’t think to get a letter from them for when I get a new queen will she mate with my old one? I also have a queen excluder and will need one for my new hives. I’ll be getting 6 new hives this year. Any tips? A: You can do either of two things The normal thing and most common thing. Is to have one hive, with some if the brood and bees and a queen to replace the old queen. New queen would mate and new bees will mature in the hive. The second thing is to have 5 hives and with enough queen cells, replace all of them at once, so that only one hive is active at any time. I suggest the second one because I have friends who sell the first type and I’ve seen them not working too well. My own approach is the latter type. What ever you do, it is very good you understand that one hive with one queen is a very bad idea, it is likely to be a death party for your hive. On your question on what to do if you already have 6 hives, it depends on what you want to do. If your questions is on using a queen from one hive to mate with your current one, then there is no problem. If your question is on building one hive and using 6 queen cells simultaneously, there is a lot of problem that you will face (possibly not even as one question). I recommend a couple of things. If you are capable of building a queen excluder, you can get yourself a reliable number of queen cells for your hives. That will take care of all your problems. It is more sensible to do this then buying two hives and transporting lots of bees in a box. Make sure you harvest honey in your current hive. This will make for a reliable brood fund for your colonies new life. Try to get some beekeepers input on the question. When you are producing five times the quantity of bees you need for your current plans, you should ask for some help. Good luck in your work and I hope that you have a good time beekeeping. Tributes have been paid to The Queen and Prince Philip after the couple died aged 96 and 94 respectively c6a93da74d