Failing to plan for drought is planning to fail
Tri State Livestock News
NDSU Extension specialists offer livestock producers suggestions for dealing with drought. Cattle producers should be prepared to deal with drought this year, North Dakota State University range and livestock experts warn. Despite heavy snowfall in many areas of North Dakota during the winter, the current U.S. Drought Monitor shows approximately 75 percent of the state is classified as abnormally dry. The remaining 25 percent has moderate drought.