Sunday, October 04, 2015

Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch

Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch

Workshops and Webinars

Coming Up: Managing Drought and Recovery on the Ranch Workshops

Bouncing Back:  Drought Recovery and Preparing for the Next Texas Drought

August 4, 2015

9 am – 4 pm

Holman Center
211 N. Clay
Henrietta TX

Link to Registration

Cost is $15, includes lunch. Registration deadline is July 31st, and the last day to cancel a registration is August 1st.

Past Workshop and Webinars

Tracking Drought Impacts on Rangelands

How to monitor rangelands during and after drought, use photopoints, download and use a new photopoints application called GrassSnap, and submit drought impacts to the NDMC’s Drought Impact Reporter. Presented May, 2014 via webinar. More information, presentations, YouTube videos...

Managing Extreme and Extended Drought on the Farm and Ranch

Information for ranchers and irrigated crop producers who are dealing with long-term choices associated with declining aquifer levels. Presented January 9, 2014 in Garden City, KS.  More information and presentations...

Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch Professional Development Webinar Series

Drought planning techniques and technologies for ranchers and rangeland advisors, including an introduction to the planning process, monitoring and setting critical dates, assessing drought impacts and evaluating grazing strategies, making stocking decisions, and determining the financial impacts of drought management. Presented January - May, 2013 via webinar.  More information, presentations, YouTube videos...

Past Ranch Drought Planning Workshops


Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch: Great Plains Examples

South Dakota
Daybreak Ranch

Daybreak Ranch 

Tippets-Myers Ranch

Tippets-Myers Ranch 
(Western Sandhills)
Reed Hamilton Ranch 
Shamrock Ranch 

Alexander Ranch

Alexander Ranch 
(South Central)
Adams Ranch 
(North Central)


Welch Ranch 


Johnson Ranch 
(West Central)


Write a Plan for Drought

Drought is a normal part of will happen again. Fortunately, there are things you can do before, during, and after drought to reduce your risk. Learn more...


"Here’s what my dad used to tell me.
He said, if you bet on dry weather in this country, you’ll be right more than half the time

--Nebraska rancher, 2006

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