It has finally reached the mid-90's here in Atlanta, and I'm wondering if my girls are really not liking the heat. I have 5 Rhode Island Reds, and previously, for the last 4 months, we were consistently getting 4 eggs a day. Now, we're lucky if we get one. They get plenty of time to free range in the yard. Their coop & run is in a fully shaded area. They get plenty of fresh water every day in multiple locations. They get a variety of the best layer food and greens and scratch and oyster shells I can find for them. I'm just not sure what might help them lay better? I don't think I am holding them too much (each one might get picked up once a week) but maybe they just don't like that at all? I'm thinking about putting a large fan near the coop, to keep mosquitoes down as well. And I may cut them another window in the coop just in case they are hot. But then I worry, will the coop become too drafty in the cold? Any advice would be very appreciated! Thanks!