I live in the Southern California High desert. Are there any management issues that are specific to very dry environments that wouldn't be covered in generic "caring for chickens" material? The things that occur to me off the top of my head are the following: the dry air itself -- do they need access to bath water? Or are dust baths still the thing? very hard ground sans grass -- pluses and minuses here, harder for predators to dig in, but will they abrade their feet trying to scratch in the caliche? hot summers -- up to 105°F or so, but misters should cool effectively mild winters, but sharp temperature drop at night What am I missing?