Pasture and Range
Soils and Crops
Wildlife and Fisheries
Drought and Regional Cropping Changes Impact Hay Production
Lingering winter weather this year is exaggerating the impacts of limited forage supplies for beef producers. Drought in 2011 and 2012 reduced U.S. hay production and increased hay demand leaving the country with very limited forage supplies at this time.
Drought Management: Don't Forget About Your Bulls
It's easy, as the drought of the century lumbers on, to focus on the cowherd as you scramble and scratch for ways to weather another dry year. But what about the bulls?
Drought Monitor Continues to Show Improvement in Latest Weekly Update
Drought has retreated in much of eastern Oklahoma - based on the latest Drought Monitor. A part of LeFlore County in eastern Oklaoma is no longer in drought or even is listed as being abnormally dry. The amount of the state in drought - moderate or worse - has dropped from 99.3% down to 85% in this latest release.
Current Drought Monitor
Noble Foundation Drought News
Workshop focuses on drought recovery for cattle operations
Proper grazing management aids ranchers after drought
Livestock producers make key decisions during drought
Drought still challenges pastures, producers this year
Popularity of micro-irrigation continues to jump after drought
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