Authors

Natalie Voss is a freelance writer and editor based in Lexington, Kentucky, where she writes about horses and spends time riding and training her mare, Jitterbug.
Ph.D., Department ofAnimal Science, Iowa State University
Randall D. Schultz is the content editor for www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com, a website that covers trends and cool stuff for homeowners and homesteaders. Randy is a Master Gardener and an avid grower of vegetables, fruits, and other edibles in Santa Fe, New Mexico. For daily home and garden tips and updates, “Like” the Home, Garden and Homestead Facebook page.
Roz Corieri Paige is the author of La Bella Vita Cucina, a food and lifestyle blog where she inspires others to live life more deliciously and beautifully, whether in the kitchen or the garden. A native of Iowa, Roz and her husband live on an acreage in the Carolinas along with a menagerie of three horses, two dogs, and four cats. Roz gained her love of cooking from her grandmother and mother, and her love of gardening was instilled by her grandfathers. Find out more Roz here.
Samantha Johnson is the author of several books, including The Beginner's Guide to Vegetable Gardening: Everything You Need to Know, (Voyageur Press, 2013). She lives on a former dairy farm in northern Wisconsin with a Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Peaches and writes frequently about pets, gardening, and farm life. Visit her online portfolio at samanthajohnson.contently.com.
Tim Sheets and his wife Beth have been raising Suri alpacas for the past 10 years and own Heritage Farm in Central Indiana. You can find more information at: www.ourheritgefarm.com
Tony Nye is the state coordinator for the Ohio State University Extension Small Farm Program and has been an OSU Extension Educator for agriculture and natural resources for 25 years, currently serving Clinton County and the Miami Valley EERA. Tony and his family also own and operate a small livestock farm in Washington Court House, Ohio, raising purebred swine and meat goats.  To learn more, contact him at nye.1@osu.edu or call: (937) 382-0901.

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