Updated Dec. 9, 2016
This page is designed to provide farmers with information about the drought and how to cope with it. It contains links to a variety of government and private resources, statistics, and documents offering advice and guidance about coping with the drought. In the center section, you'll find summaries and links for assistance programs and the latest drought-related news. This page is updated when new information is available, so please check back regularly.
Toll-free number available to assist farmers in finding hay or placing for-sale ads through the Hay Alert website. Call 1-866-645-9403 weekdays.
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