An Ode to Goats

Author Cheryl K. Smith publishes last goat book.

An Ode to Goats
Add to Favorites By Aliya Bree Hall  Birth and death are the two most important things that goats have taught author and speaker Cheryl K. Smith.   “It’s all about education,” she said, explaining that it feels good when people will ask her questions about their goats. “Birth and death are what it teaches you about, and it can help with people too. It’s nature.”   Smith, who lives with her now nine goats around Cheshire, Oregon, is a published author of Goat Health Care (edition one and two), Raising Goats for Dummies, and Best of Ruminations Goat Milk and Cheese Recipes, and was the editor of Ruminations, The Nigerian Dwarf and Mini Dairy Goat Magazine from 2001 to 2007. Smith also runs her own press, Karmadillo Press, which has published Goat Behavior by Tasmin Cooper.   Earlier this year, Smith published her latest book, Goat Midwifery, which she started in 2012 after speaking on goat midwifery at a conference. She kept seeing people on

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