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  1. Hello! We recently purchased the Eglu Pop-Up Go and are awaiting our young chicks in early June. We live in an area that gets very hot in the day (100+ F) and doesn't cool down much at night (80F). What can we do to prepare to keep our chickens cool enough in the summer? Is there room for a battery or solar operated fan inside the coop? What about ice packs?
  2. Hi all, I'm wondering if if you could help me please. We've just had a chicken go broody, which is fine atm and fingers crossed we seem to have stopped her. BUT my worry is we are away end of June for two weeks and my neighbour is looking after the girls. I'm a bit concerned that one could go broody whilst we are away and if it's very hot could be very dangerous for her. Not sure what I can ask him to look out for in one or two visits a day to make sure all is okay? Also wondering if there's any thing I can do to make the heat less of an issue in the coop (we have an eglu inside a walk in.)?? All advice would be very gladly welcomed. Thank you so much! Nat
  3. Hi all, I'm wondering if if you could help me please. We've just had a chicken go broody, which is fine atm and fingers crossed we seem to have stopped her. BUT my worry is we are away end of June for two weeks and my neighbour is looking after the girls. I'm a bit concerned that one could go broody whilst we are away and if it's very hot could be very dangerous for her. Not sure what I can ask him to look out for in one or two visits a day to make sure all is okay? Also wondering if there's any thing I can do to make the heat less of an issue in the coop (we have an eglu inside a walk in.)?? All advice would be very gladly welcomed. Thank you so much! Nat

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