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U.S. Crops and Livestock in Drought

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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Office of the Chief Economist produces weekly maps and charts displaying locations and percentages of drought-affected areas corn, soybeans, hay, cattle, and winter wheat. The maps are produced each Thursday as a PDF report, data tables, and time series, based on that morning’s U.S. Drought Monitor map.

How to

How do I use the site?

  • View the report to see drought impacts on crops and livestock for the previous week

Access

U.S. Agricultural Commodities in Drought Website: Main website to access data tables, maps, and time series

Percentage of Crops and Livestock in Drought Maps (PDF): View current USDA report on the percentage of crops and livestock located in drought

Map Archive: View past map PDFs

Data Tables: View data tables for agricultural commodities in drought by location

Time Series: View time series by location

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Map of U.S. corn crops in drought