In some parts of Wyoming and Montana, drought is a major problem. Many Wyoming ringleaders are doing everything they can to fight the severe drought situation. Most cut their sized herds, and some are transported in water, where there is no water, and the rivers are dry.
Of course, this does not help with the problems of supply and demand on the market, which means higher prices of beef. But with the herds that crashed the ranchers, they do not get any of this.
In Montana, the land is so dry in some places that the yield of crops is drastically reduced and they just do not get the rain this summer. Clouds pass and threaten to fall, but nothing happens. Humidity problems in the country are intense, and some farmers are skipping the next stage of planting until things get back to normal, but will it ever happen that some are now wondering? Both eastern Montana and Wyoming are in terrible conditions, say ranchers and agricultural officials.
When water from the water supply system dries along the Wyoming, Nebraska and Gillette, WY and west of Casper WY, some have to ask, is it more sustainable agricultural land? Many are compared with the Pure Dust of the 1930s; It's so bad. So, we may all consider this in 2006.