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Date Posted: Sunday, July 16, 12:47:53pm
Author: Jaimie
Author Host/IP: ppp-70-128-254-54.dsl.ksc2mo.swbell.net /
Subject: outdoor heat effecting eggs

So I have moved my buttons outside where they seem quite content. They are in the shade and I give them bags of ice to snuggle against. Well I noticed today that my hen laid an egg out there! They have only been out there for about 4 days. It has been really warm (we're going through a heat wave) and it has been/will be like 98-100 the next few days. I was wondering if this will screw up the eggs my hen lays. Which I think is probable. I want to bring them in during the day, but if my hen laid an egg (hasn;t done it for a while) doesn't that mean they're happy out there?

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