Im new to this. I'm in the Southwest of AZ and we've already had a few days that breech 100°. My Black Sex Link, Silver Laced and Rhode Island Red were all hatched in March of this year. Based on what I've read, they will reach laying maturity in July-August, when 120° is common. Being that they have been raised while thr temperature has gone up, will they be acclimated to the heat and their egg production not be reduced from stress or should I expect a delay? Ive read a lot about ways to keep them cool, but the shade in their coop has been plenty so far. Frozen watermelon, ice bottles, and a timed mister are likely once its consistently hot.