Decided that I am going to feed my two smallest hives,
Hive B and F got a handfull of Apifonda last night, around 10pm, it was relatively warm about 14 degrees, it was drizzling. I opened the hive, the bees were calm, I put the food near them, as close as I could and put a paste feeder up side down on the food and then put the plastic cover on top so they could not go through the circle in the middle. they went straight to it. I decided to do it mainly as we have had a week of cold and rainy weather there is not that much stuff in the country side that is flowering right now and the tow hives are small and weak as they had no stores when I inspected them on the 15th. We have levander, echinacea, ligularia, digitalis, origanum, monarda, hyssop, campanula flowering right now but due to the weahter they really did not go mad, there was a few going out during the drizzling periods but they were few and far between.
Hoping to check on the bees next week, the weather is suppose to even out and get nicer and warmer again.
I had to put entrance reducers on both the hives plus the mesh in front the entrance as Hive F was strangly buzy with bees. Soon after the mesh was put in place it all calmed down.