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OSU Extension provides a wealth of information and other resources to support agricultural producers and other Oklahomans during droughts, including offices in all 77 Oklahoma counties. 


Nitrate toxicity, prussic acid, and aflatoxin accumulation are potentially dangerous for grazing. Learn how to manage the drought season by viewing the fact sheets and articles listed below.

Test Factsheet Source for Testing  
Nitrates Nitrate Toxicity in Livestock OSU Soil Water and Forage Analytical Laboratory (SWAFL) Fee Schedule
Prussic Acid Prussic Acid Poisoning  Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab (OADDL) Fee Schedule

OSU doesn’t have a factsheet for this but there are other articles out there that can be used.


Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab (OADDL)` Fee Schedule


General Information

View the information listed below about drought strategies resources.


Hay Listings

View the contact information at the list below for each county and connect with them. 



Learn how to manage drought seasons. The list below contains some factsheets and articles about drought resources.



Explore the drought areas in the country at the list below.  Check the drought summary every week.



View information about cattle nutrition, diet and supplementation from the links below. 

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