I am getting my first set of poults on Wednesday. I have an outdoor chicken tractor which I built to use as a brooder. It has worked well for chicken chicks in the past but I always got my babies in the spring. I live in the deep south and the temperature has been in the mid 90's and has even broken 100 already. I am usually concerned about keeping my babies warm but I am more concerned now with keeping them cool. I found an area of my yard that is shady all day and am planning on moving the brooder there to keep it out of the sun but I can't think of any good way to keep the temperature regulated. Anyone have any experience brooding poults outside in the summer heat and can offer any tips? Thank you!