My Easter Egger seems to be the first to start panting and she pants the most. She has a big 'beard' and muff. Is it like a human wearing a heavy scarf and keeping her warmer than the others? He comb also, is very small. I have heard of people trimming the fluffy butt feathers on their hen's bums to help keep them cleaner...... Has anyone ever, or does anyone know of any trimming of the Easter Eggers extra neck and face feathers? I know it would mar her beauty... However, if it would help her stand the heat, I guess I would take that hit. Yesterday's temperature by the run was 100-degrees already. Any insights?