UPDATE Thursday, 1:41 p.m. - As of Wednesday, June 23, the Dairy Fire is 100% contained and was stopped at 165 acres, according to the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge.
Firefighters will continue to monitor the fire perimeter for the next few days.
RED BLUFF, Calif. - The Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge said the fire was caused by a nearby farmer who was doing a debris burn and the fire got away.
The Dairy Fire is now 90% contained and 165 acres, according to the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge.
The fire moved on to the Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge, which prompted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to work on containing the fire.
The fire broke out on June 15 at about 3:30 p.m. when it burned about 150 acres.
The fire was in the area of East Canal Road and Tyler Road which was fueled with timber, tall brush and grass
The Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge said nine people are working on the fire.
They said there is minimal fire behavior with smoldering.