Here is a Moonbeam up date. Was out yesterday checking hives and wrapping them up. Temp was mid 40's. Moonbeams are holding nice clusters and were flying heavy collecting Ultra-Bee pollen-sub we had out in dry feeders for them. Only others with any activity were my Keystone Pollinators but was half the activity,NSSK, Carnis and Carpathians were out some but not enough to really count and the SKC were clustered real tight and were not moving much. But will say all I let strong and didn't split hard made a deep and a half of honey some up to 2.5 deeps. Flows in our area were typical if early most of the time. Aster has been my go to crop for winter since the last 3 years in a row it made almost enough that we didn't need to feed but 1 or 2 5# honey jars of syrup with a little equalizing.