PHOTOS: California Ranch Company holds evacuated animals from wildfire

An evacuated horse from the area of the Fairview Fire is safely held in a stall at the California Ranch Company in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Volunteer Scott Walker walks a horse at the California Ranch Company in Temecula that was evacuated from the area of the Fairview Fire, Sept. 9. The California Ranch Company opened 200 of their stalls for livestock that were evacuated from the wildfire at no charge to their owners. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
California Ranch Company owner Bob Brown meets with evacuated livestock and volunteers helping care for the animals while they are evacuated from areas of the Fairview Fire. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
A group of evacuated horses from the area of the Fairview Fire are safely held in a pen at the California Ranch Company in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
California Ranch Company manager Melanie Graciano feeds a group of evacuated horses hay while the ranch opens their stalls to evacuated livestock at no charge to owners during the fire. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Donated bags of various feeds for livestock and hay are stored for evacuated animals from the area of the Fairview Fire at the California Ranch Company in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Volunteers help muck out stalls for evacuated animals at the California Ranch Company in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Volunteers help muck out stalls for evacuated animals at the California Ranch Company in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
People arrive with livestock trailers at the California Ranch Company with animals evacuated in the area of the Fairview Fire. CRC is currently full and have no more space to hold evacuated animals from the wildfire. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo