Drought and grasshoppers go together.

The U.S. West is DRY. Too dry. Grasshoppers come.

Grasshoppers chomp crops. Those are cattle food. Will spraying keep the pests away?

Read More: States out west have been very dry. That is called a drought. June brought grasshoppers. God created these insects (which sometimes become locusts) to do very well where it is hot and dry. They eat more and grow faster when it is warm. Montana rancher Frank Wiederrick says the flying, munching pests were everywhere. Agriculture officials there began spraying pesticide from the air to kill the grasshopper nymphs. Exodus 10 tells about the plague of locusts God sent against Egypt. Verse 15 says, “Not a green thing remained, neither tree nor plant of the field.”