Quick question- we are extracting our spring honey and have about a dozen supers of uncapped honey. The cells are full, and the honey is very thick- cannot shake it out of the frame. I do not normally pull uncapped honey, but we had to treat with coumaphos so I cannot put the supers back on the hives. Cannot store them, either. (due to hive beetles). I do not have freezer space to freeze it. So, how should I manage these supers? Should I- a. pull the honey and heat it to dry it out a bit? I would have to use a drum heater to do this as I do not normally heat my honey and do not have any other heating devices. b. put it out with the wet supers and let the bees rob it out? I have 23 hives on the property now, so that would be a lot of honey for them. I don't mind doing this, as we are installing all new foundation and getting ready to do splits, etc- the bees can use it, but is this a good idea?