Okay, I'm not sure if I'm having cold feet about these birds, or if prudence is just kicking in. I mentioned in another thread that I am ready to jump in and start raising these birds for public consumption. In fact, have orders for 300 already over the coming year. I was just about ready to order 100 CX when I received an email from a local farmer who seems to know a lot about these things, and he said he is done for the season because of how hot it gets here in SW Oklahoma. He will order his next batch in August and raise broilers between then and before hard winter hits. As a result, I'm now having second thoughts about ordering them right now. So what is the hottest weather you have raised Cornish Cross? Did you have to take special measures to do it? Perhaps raised them in special shelters? I'm pretty sure a Salatin pen would cook them alive here. Any thoughts on management during high heat summers would be helpful.