A decision tree was developed for providing adaptation strategies and weather services to livestock farmers. Our results suggested that if the forecast was provided 5 days before for the high temperature event (>25°C), 41.5% farmers willing to providing more frequent water for drinking while 39.1% spraying water on cattle. In case of high rainfall (>44 mm per day) 13.7% farmers suggested for no open grazing. During the Cyclone/Storm/Flood, 75% farmers move livestock to higher place and 45.0% farmers would take livestock to cyclone shelter, and household reduced meal quality (84.5%) and quantity (73.3%), reduced nonfood item (78.5%), and 74.2 % selling their livestock. We found that in case of weather forecast, miking (89.96 %) and television (59.68 %) are the best media. The basic information and adaptation strategies will be milestone for development of national policy makers as well as research for further decision.