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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| D0 ||Pasture and row crops are stressed|
|Burn bans are implemented|
|Lawns are brown; landscape and gardens require more frequent watering|
|Lakes and rivers are lower than normal|
| D1 ||Hay prices are high; people are selling horses|
| D2 ||Crop yields are down; pasture growth is sparse; livestock are removed from grazing|
|Water use is high; groundwater pumping increases|
| D3 ||Producers feed cattle supplemental hay|
|Agriculture economic losses are reported statewide|
|Fairs have fewer entries|
|Streamflow is reduced; water temperatures are warm; oxygen content is low; northern pike fish kill is reported|
| D4 ||Wisconsin has had little or no experience in D4 so no impacts have been recorded at that level in the Drought Impact Reporter|