I need to start getting ideas on what to do once it starts warming up more... my birds are in a shed that is closed up 99.9% of the time unless we are in it doing something... it has a small 12inchx8inch or so vent on two side... then at the peak of the tin roof I cut it open good and it now has a vent there in the peak thats 12ft long by 4inchs wide for heat to excape (forget what those vents are called)... Im in south texas... so pretty soon it will be getting pretty warm, then come summer it will be 100-106 degrees everday outside.... so in the shed it would get much hotter if I didnt come up with something... I know the vent in the roof is going to help a ton... but what is about a max tempature that quail can handle??? If I leave a fan on inside to circulate air would that work? More vents in the shed to allow more air exchange? Some type of small stand alone ac unit? I have to try to save electricity as much as I can because the lights on for laying eggs soaks up a good amount already... What do yall think....?