The simplest method I have used successfully with my 6.5-284 out to 1000 yards is to have either a drop chart or calibrated turret that is calculated for the average altitude, temperature, and 55% humidity out to 1000 yards in the area I plan to hunt. After I confirm range, temperature, altitude, I will make click adjustments at the measured range if required. 1 click for each 20 degree change in temperature up to 700 yards, two clicks to 1000 yards. 1 click for each 1500 feet altitude out to 700 yards, 2 clicks for each 1500 feet at 700-1000 yards. Before I used my preferred yardage turret, I found that after a season, I had memorized the the drops and didn't need a chart. It may seem like a lot to memorize but if you think in terms of "come ups" for each 100 yards of range in MOA it much easier than it seems. Same for windage. I use a formula that I can work out faster in my head that going to a chart.

(wind speed x yardage/100) / 20

Example for an 8 mph wind at 400 yards: 8 (mph wind speed) x 5 (500 yard range) = 40/ 20(cartridge factor) = 2 MOA wind correction.

I use a cartridge factor of 20 for my 6.5x284 and 300 WM. This formula matches my ballistic calculator.out to 1000 yards. For my 308 out to 600 yards I used a factor of 15. If you prefer to not use this method, windaus directions are easily added to the drop chart or turret.