The state table below highlights common impacts reported in the state. For more impact details, please visit the Drought Impact Reporter.
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| D1 ||Corn yield is low; soybean, cotton, hay and pastures are stressed|
|Wildlife eat crops|
|Fire danger increases; burn bans begin|
|Voluntary water restrictions are requested; river water levels are lower; streams are dry|
| D2 ||Hay and pasture supply is low; cattle are weaned early; producers are feeding livestock supplemental hay and baling corn for feed|
|Fire frequency increases|
|Mandatory water restrictions are implemented; reservoir levels are low; water table is dropping|
| D3 ||Cattle are sold; hay is extremely scarce|
|Lakes are nearly dry|