The state of Colorado is now asking the federal government for help dealing with an extreme drought.
The southeastern part of the state is in dire need of rain for dried out grazing land.
It's gotten so bad that some ranchers are selling their cattle because they can't afford the hay to feed them.
The governor suggests that land scheduled to be released from conservation be used for cattle grazing.
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