I've been reading quite a lot about meal worm farming. In the summer my hens are out in a chicken tractor and in the winter in their coop. When I take the hens out in the spring could I sprinkle a bunch of meal worms around in the deep litter bedding and let them grow and reproduce in there til winter? Then the chickens could have a great time finding them all during the cold months. Free food! It does get very hot in the coop in the summer. Probably at least 15 degrees hotter than the surrounding outside air. Will meal worms get too hot and die at those temps? How much cold can they handle?