Martina's Ranch | KCET
Martina Orosco is a resident of Richland Farms who has a small farm-like setting in her backyard. She has cows, goats, chickens and calves. She loves her farm because it reminds her of the place she grew up in and because she now has the opportunity to give her kids that same experience. Taking care of the animals is hard work, she says, but it pays off because for her, it's something to entertain her, and the animals produce food that is beneficial for her and her family. She moved to Richland Farms because it is a place that allows her to have animals like these.
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