Ok, so I've had chickens for about four years now in this Phoenix Arizona heat. The second year, I had one die, most likely summer heat or suffocation. Temps were over 100 as usual. And it seemed like the other RIR girls liked to pile on her ? Americauna? since she was the biggest one. Fast forward to today at 117F, I had two die, RIR and RedX. My guy said I shouldn't have had the fan blowing because it's just blowing hot air. They had plenty of fresh water, full shade and a fan but the 117F seemed too much. I heard misters are bad because chicks should not be wet all the time. However, now I am misting them and have a fan blowing and they look good even if it's going to top 120F, Buff Orp and RedX left. So my question is Am I better off taking the chance with disease due to constant wetness from misters or should I be only using the fan in this dry heat? Thanks in advance.