The more I've read here and thought about things my plans have changed a bit. I had originally intended on 30 or so birds (for meat primarily) but I need to scale back due to lack of good places to build a coop / run for them. One thing I noticed just today when I happened to be looking at my options on a hatchery website (we ordered from the 17 years ago and everything was perfect from them) and the warm weather chickens caught my eye. I never considered a chicken to really be to good or bad for the weather. Tucson, Arizona. Summers around 100 degrees or so give or take 10 at peak. I was looking at some white wyanadottes, barred rocks, and buff orphingtons. They are not listed as warm weather chickens though and I would hate to buy what I want for looks but have them to be tortured due to the heat. I would set up a misting system during the summer. TLDR. With the above location should I focus on the so-called "warm weather birds" or ... the ones I liked above (non of which are on the warm weather list).?