UC studies how ranchers adapt differently to drought

Issue Date: March 11, 2020

When drought hits California, ranchers are among the first to feel it. In a state with distinct wet and dry seasons, University of California specialists say, the window for growing the largely rain-fed grasses that nourish livestock opens and closes quickly. Even small deviations in expected precipitation can alter what a ranching operation looks like in any given year.

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