K-State Research and Extension
Managing During Drought and Heat

NEWS

 

VIDEOS:

 

 

AUDIO

The Future of the Ogallala Aquifer (as heard on Perspective with Richard Baker, Jan. 2014)

 

The USDA Engineering and Wind Erosion Research Unit outlines the risks caused by the state's drought, and what we can do to minimize its effects. See the videos

 

Ammoniate ForagesK-State's Barnaby Sees Corn Crop Underwriting Losses at About $10 Billion (story originally published in Fall, 2013)

 

Updated information from K-State's Department of Agricultural Economics

 

Crops and Livestock

Kansas Weekly Drought Update

Drought Impact Reporter

U.S. Drought Monitor

Disaster and Drought Assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
 

 
NRCS now taking emergency haying and grazing applications
Alternate feed resources for cow-calf producers

 

 
Pub, Blue Green Algae
 


Humans


Landscapes

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES