Monday, November 24, 2014

Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch

Identify your Drought Planning Team

Consultant and ranchers discussing forage management.
Rangeland consultant Pat Reece discusses forage quality with ranchers.  Image: Lynn Myers

Drought plans are best developed with input from many perspectives.  The drought planning process should involve family members, business partners, and banker, as well as advisors with knowledge of range management, and business and marketing.

Next Step:  Setting Goals and Strategic Objectives

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