Today I went to the farm to check on the bees, see if any needed to be fed, and to rearrange the hives for winter. I brought up some concrete blocks, removed the empty hives, removed the "high rise", and moved everything closer together with entrances facing south to avoid the northwest winds of winter. It was relatively cool today, so I was hoping the bees would be staying inside for the move, but enough came out that some had a hard time finding their way back home. Several were still looking for the "north entrance" on their hive. Also there was a fair amount of fighting when the foraging bees came back to their location only to find a new hive there. Hopefully they will figure it out without too much distress or loses. My hope is to rig up a wind block behind the row of hives, especially those on the wooden stand.