Hi everyone - I am new to this chicken game so I apologise for asking probably a really silly question! I have 4 BR that are about 10 weeks old and although only a few short weeks ago it was only about 9°C/48°F at night, they did just fine in the coop by themselves. However, now it is about 32°C/90°F and these poor young ladies are panting all over the yard. My yard is nearly full shade with lots of trees and they spend most of their day free ranging/hiding under my Lilac bush. Is there anything I should do to help them cope in the heat? Obviously with our ranges in temperature in Southern Ontario they need to be flexible - but I thought there might be a treat or something I could do to help them cool off. I give my dog broth ice cubes to cool down and swims in the lake - My BR girls did get some yoghurt earlier which they enjoyed but I skipped the swims in the lake (LOL) . Anything else or should I not worry about them? One thing I need to figure out is good ventilation in the summer that isn't too drafty in the winter when it is -20°C/-4°F with a killer windchill. Thanks for your help.