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1 February 2013 A Drought-Planning Methodology for Ranchers in the Great Plains
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  • Ranch drought planning is important for identifying management priorities, proactively evaluating management options before a drought occurs, and ultimately reducing the effects of drought on an operation and the grasslands that support it.

  • An engagement activity with ranchers and ranch advisors developed a drought planning methodology to help other ranchers develop their own individual ranch drought plans.

  • Although the ranchers and advisors who participated differed some on specific approaches, they agreed on the benefits of incorporating drought into overall ranch planning well in advance of drought and acknowledged the reality of having to make adjustments as situations arise.

Cody Knutson and Tonya Haigh "A Drought-Planning Methodology for Ranchers in the Great Plains," Rangelands 35(1), 27-33, (1 February 2013). https://doi.org/10.2111/RANGELANDS-D-12-00075.1
Published: 1 February 2013
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