Photo Gallery: Extreme heat affecting westerrn Oklahoma towns 22/41

Danny Freerer,  of Fargo, unloads a shipment of hay he had trucked in to feed his cattle during the current drought. Feerer said the only other option is to sell his animals early.     Lack of rain and a string of days when temperatures exceeded  100 degrees have created extreme conditions for farmers, ranchers and citizens of many communities in western Oklahoma.   by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman.