Ranchers and rangeland managers will find useful information to help them manage their land, animals and businesses during drought conditions, such as information on reducing herds, drought-tolerant rangeland and pasture vegetation, infrastructure strategies for coping with drought, availability of water for animals, how drought affects plants and how long herds can graze.
- 2014 Predicted forage losses from drought
- Rangeland Management Before, During, and After Drought (University of Arizona)
- IRS Rules about livestock conversion
- Economics of Managing a Livestock Enterprise During Drought (South Dakota State University)
- Livestock Management During Drought (University of California)
- Two Common Drought Management Strategies and Some Considerations for Wyoming Cattle Producers (Wyoming Fact Sheet)
- Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch
- Drought Management Strategies for Beef Cattle
- Two Common Drought Management Strategies and Some Considerations (Wyoming)
- U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service administers programs to help farmers and ranchers prepare for and manage the effects of drought.
- Drought Relief for Stock Water
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