Hi! We've had an amazing summer with near-perfect temps in the high 70's and low 80's. Yet this week it looks like we're going to have summer. My BB turkeys are 16-17 weeks and we're planning on processing them next weekend. The next few days will be in the high 90's with heat indexes in the 100's because of the humidity. I know meat chickens would struggle in that - what about the turkeys? Will they muddle through or could it kill them? I'm most concerned about my BBW tom. The idea of somehow holding them in a cooler place is not something I really want to try unless they are truly in danger of dying. Thanks!