A farm that grows corn and soybeans and is the home of a pair of dogs has become the most threatened farm in the state.
It’s the result of a combination of factors, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The farm, the tanaka, was destroyed by fire last year and is now being cared for at a shelter.
There is one house on the farm, but there are two other houses on the property that have been built.
The second house is in a more isolated area where the fire has not been fully extinguished, the USDA said.
The Tanaka farm is located in north shore of the Yakima River near the village of Tanaka.
The first house is a former farmhouse that was built in the 1930s, according the USDA.
It has a wooden frame and a wooden roof.
The roof is missing, and a fire hydrant sits on the roof of the home.
The house is built in a very old style.
The USDA said it does not know why the house burned.
The USDA did not return a call seeking comment.
The property was owned by John Tanaka, who is the president of the Tanaka Farms, Inc., and his son, Andrew Tanaka and daughter, Tania.
John Tanka owns the Tanakas’ other home in Yakima County.
John Tanaka has not responded to multiple requests for comment, but his wife, Karen, who lives with him, said she has a dog named Jack that he uses as a companion when he travels.
The family has a ranch in nearby Woodinville, and they have a large, three-bedroom home in a former barn on the Tanaks’ property.
The family has two children, ages 2 and 4, and two grandchildren, ages 4 and 9, Karen Tanaka said.
The Tanaks have lived on the tanakas farm for more than a century.
The area around the farm is home to a herd of white-tailed deer, as well as some of the region’s wild bison.
It’s also home to the Tanakis’ barn, which is a good place to watch cattle, the farm’s owner said.
They are not allowed to hunt on the grounds, which they call “the front line,” but they have hunted bison there, and have taken a lot of pride in that, the owner said, according To The Northwest.
It was a very quiet, peaceful, quiet place.
There was a lot to do and a lot that we did that was fun, but it was a quiet, quiet, happy place, he said.
John said he has seen the tanaks’ dogs, Jack and Lucy, play on the land.
He said he knows they like the farm and have been very close to it for years.
It was heartbreaking to see their dogs go, but the way they are treated, he added.
We are a little bit more than an hour away from where they live, so they have been there a long time.
The dogs have never come to the farm.
They have never been there, but they come there, we have had them play in the yard, and it’s really just sad.
They are not used to being treated like that, he told The Northwest, but he said they are happy to be off their land.
He said he and his wife and his daughter have lived at the Tanaki Farms for about four years and are now caring for their dogs.
“It’s heartbreaking,” he said of the loss of his dogs.
“I think the animals need the rest of their life.”
The USDA says it is still investigating the cause of the fire, and will be making public a report soon.