Season 2, Episode 14 Out Now!
This episode addresses the almost unprecedented precipitation in California and its effect on a Northern Californian rancher. The effects are in no way localized with extensive flooding, road closures, power outages, mudslides, property damage and loss of lives extending the length of the state. The cause has been a barrage of Atmospheric Rivers battering the state.
We’d been hearing that many area ranchers were experiencing a multitude of issues in regard to recent weather. We thought we’d reach out to someone local and attempt to get a feel of the magnitude of the effects. We didn’t have to go far. Justin Oldfield’s ranch is 20 minutes south of Sacramento and less than 2 miles off of highway 99. Daehling Ranch was dealing with a multitude of issues.
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Scenes from the Episode
Stories from California Cattle Country takes listeners to some of the most beautiful parts of this diverse state to learn more about the people and practices of ranches and dairies. Follow our host, Ryan as he darts around the state meeting cattle ranchers and dairy farmers learning about the animals and land they care for everyday.
This podcast is produced by the California Cattlemen’s Foundation with support from the California Cattle Council.