Firefighters are battling a fire at a dairy farm in Chino that might burn for days.
The fire began at around 8 p.m. near the intersection of Pine Avenue and West Preserve Loop, where smoke billowed above the farm and its cows. The fire could take an estimated couple of hours to several days to be extinguish, said Chief David Williams, of the Chino Valley Fire Department.
Piles of hay at the farm fueled the fire that prompted residents to go outside and look at the flames.
"All of a sudden, we keep watching and it keeps spreading and spreading," said a woman who lives in the area. "The fire is just billowing and its really scary, its spreading really fast."
Chief Williams said that the piles of hay at the farm roughly amount to be a football field wide and three stories tall.
The cause of the fire remains unknown and no injuries have been reported.
Firefighters are protecting livestock and will be at the scene of the fire throughout the night and for several days.