It’s never fun dealing with dry weather, but there are some special concerns livestock farmers should keep in mind when moisture becomes scarce.
With a combination of cover, timing, drought-tolerant crops and creative water sources, you can grow food without irrigation.
In perennially dry or drought-stricken areas, homeowners and businesses often turn to drought-resistant landscaping called xeriscaping. Here are xeriscaping plants you can grow and sell.
Doing rain dances won’t help your farm when it’s suffering the effects of a drought, but planting crops that require less water will.