AUBURN, Ala. – Alabama is dealing with drought conditions across the state. Livestock producers are struggling with ways to ensure their animals get enough to eat and drink when grass is limited and the water table is low. Dr. Soren Rodning, the Alabama Extension veterinarian, says that there are a number of tasks for livestock producers. In addition to ensuring adequate water and food, Rodning says farmers should be aware of the potential for livestock poisoning and possible parasite problems. Learn more in this story from ExtensionDaily.com.