The high today is 104. My girls are still teenagers so there's no laying. Their combs aren't even developed yet. I have one girl (Ms. Ruth) who tends to start panting earlier than the others. Two days ago she started having a limp. Today she's not limping but she continues to move a little slower than usual. She's eating and drinking, just doesn't act 100%. Her stools are normal. The other two girls are fine but they pant during the hottest part of the day as well. I wonder if electrolytes will help Ms. Ruth? I suspect she just has a minor leg injury that is getting better. But I can't really ask her and I want to make sure the heat isn't stressing her too much. This morning, she was still moving slower than usual which lends me to believe it's not the heat, but I'm not sure. She still pecks the ground and is eating and drinking. Maybe I should just let her be and not fuss?