MANHATTAN, Kan. – With daytime temperatures hovering around 100 degrees and drought conditions spreading across Kansas and other states, Kansas State Research and Extension has pulled together resources to help farmers, homeowners and others manage their property and personal health.

The resources are available at There are several links at the website that are of interest to crop and livestock producers. The resources include news releases, fact sheets, publications, and video and audio interviews with a variety of specialists.

In addition, the site includes links to the Extension Disaster Education Network; the U.S. Drought Monitor, which gives a visual image of drought conditions across the United States; and the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center.

Source: Kansas State University Extension