CDFA and Farm Bureau team-up with fairs for animal pens for emergency response

Photo of three officials cutting a big, red ribbon in front of new animal pens that will house evacuated pets and other animals. From left: California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson, CDFA Deputy Secretary Arturo Barajas, and Western Affairs Association President Pat Conklin
CDFA Deputy Secretary Arturo Barajas, California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson, and Western Fairs Association President Pat Conklin at a ribbon cutting ceremony today at the Yuba Sutter Fair to recognize new animal pens for the housing of animals sheltered at fairgrounds due to emergencies like fires and floods.
Photo of two sheep in new animal pens that will be used to house rescued and evacuated animals.
The Farm Bureau and CDFA split the cost to purchase a total of 280 pens for sheep, goats and swine. Some pens have already been deployed to house animals in the path of recent California wildfires.
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One Response to CDFA and Farm Bureau team-up with fairs for animal pens for emergency response

  1. Diane Luiz says:

    Money well spent. Thank you Farm Bureau and CDFA.

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