I live in South Louisiana and the temps are at a high of 95 degrees (will get hotter VERY soon). I am having a problem with keeping my chicken's water cool. I have the waterers placed under trees but this is not working. I work during the day and I don't get home until 5pm. The temps start increasing around 11am until 5pm. During this time, my chickens do not have cool water to drink. I am so afraid that they will die because of this. Can you all tell me what do you do to keep your chicken's water cool. I have tried placing the waters in the coop but the water still gets warm. I have other animals as well and they all share the waterers, so where I place the waterers is important because it involves not only chickens, but ducks, geese and turkeys. I am desparate because I am afraid that I will come home and find my chickens dead. I also have broilers that I am trying to raise for longevity of their life. They are panting pretty hard when I get home. Does anyone have any suggestions?