By Ken Amorosano
An eighth generation rancher carries on a family legacy that began in 1837.
Her ice blue eyes and flowing blond hair reflect her centuries-old Castilian pedigree.
But the strong, suntanned arms and unmanicured hands are unmistakably those of a rancher.
With her husband Austin, their sons Jack, and Hank, Poett is the eighth generation to call the ranch home.
The family carries on its ranching legacy at Rancho San Julian, selling its beef direct to chefs and consumers.
YOU CAN GO THERE
The public is often invited to Rancho San Julian for workshops, gatherings, and special events. Poett's website, The Ranch Table, also shares recipes, stories, and traditions.