Storms keep drought at bay

Drought is quickly receding from the central and southern Plains, and further to the west, rains have helped to stop the drought from expanding further. FULL STORY »

Texas districts weigh in on weather

COLLEGE STATION – Rains came to the Panhandle and South Plains a couple weeks too late to ensure a really good dryland cotton crop across the board, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist. FULL STORY »

73 million Americans now living in drought

The span of the oppressive drought in the Continental United States ranges from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean, affecting roughly one-third of the country and 73 million people. FULL STORY »

Storms bring drought relief to Calif. desert

California reported a slight drought improvement this week in the most unlikely of areas – the Mojave Desert. FULL STORY »

Trillions of gallons of water lost in Calif. drought

How bad is California’s drought? It’s so bad, data from earthquake monitoring stations suggests some 62 trillion gallons of water are missing from California and other western states. FULL STORY »

Drought divides the heartland

A mild, wet summer has given the northern tier of the heartland a break from drought, while the drought still has a firm grip on states in the Central and Southern Plains. FULL STORY »

California’s drought worst since at least 1895

More than 80 percent of California is withering under extreme or worse drought, unchanged from last Drought Monitor report and nearly triple the percentage reported on Jan. 1. FULL STORY »

Not even storms can stop California’s drought

A strange thing happened to California during its historic drought – it rained. But even the rare summer deluge wasn’t enough to bring anything but “isolated chaos” and flash flooding to the state desperate for drought relief. FULL STORY »

Data Analyses: How weather patterns can affect cattle production

“It’s impossible to answer long-term questions about cattle production using short-term data,” says ecologist Justin Reeves, who works in the ARS Rangeland Resources Research Unit in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and headed up the analyses. FULL STORY »

What drought? Vilsack sees ‘solid’ crops in Corn Belt

Thanks to favorable weather conditions across much of the Northern Plains and Midwest, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack expects many Corn Belt farmers to harvest a “solid” corn crop this year. FULL STORY »

Cattle producer health: Precautions reduce heat illness

Summer heat can be dangerous. Heat illness is a serious medical condition resulting from the body's inability to cope with a particular heat load. It is not a sign of weakness or frailty, and it can be a serious health risk even when the temperature is moderate. FULL STORY »

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