I keep expecting the girls to slow up. I am not complaining, I am just confused., It is HOT, I mean SUPER HOT. IT was 107 yesterday and the highs this week will all be over 103 and it seems it has been this way for at least a month. WE are happy when we get a day in the 90's. The girls have not skipped a beat though. We have 8 that are laying now (two of our 5 month old pullets started laying this week and we got a rescue that lays), so we are getting 7-8 eggs a day still. Occationally we will get 6. We got 5 once. This does not seem normal. The only thing I do is make sure they have fresh cool water and spray the coop down once a day. They get out to free range every other dayish. (I still have to watch my dogs when they are out, plus we have a lot of hawks. Again, I am not complaining, but I just wonder if this is ok, could it hurt them? (not sure how I could stop it anyway.) And one of the girls chose now to go broody!