UT Extension Responds to State’s Drought



University of Tennessee Extension has launched a new effort to assist the state’s farmers and ranchers as they respond to the historic and unseasonably hot and dry weather – weather that is causing crops to wither and turning pastures to dust plots. The impacts are already far-reaching, with estimated drastic reductions in harvests, especially in feed available for livestock this fall. [Read More]

Information specific to Tennessee production systems is available on the following website: https://utextension.tennessee.edu/drought/ which will be available to the public free of charge on a 24-hour basis.
 
Brian Leib
 

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