1186 Memorial Drive
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Lynn Rossi (photo right) is a Vermont native, born and raised on a dairy farm. Today she raises pigs and chickens and doats over her many pets at her home in Sheffield. Lynn joined our company in 2012 bringing over a decade of experience in customer service to our team. Morrison's Feed Bag appreciates Lynn's outstanding customer service qualities and warm personality that puts a smile on everyone's face!
Carolyn Morrison (photo left) hales from a family farm in New York State, gaining a degree in Agriculture Business Management from SUNY Cobleskill. Carolyn moved to the Green Mountain State in 2006 to pursue a career in dairy nutrition and grow her herd of meat goats. When Morrison's Feed Bag opened it's doors in August 2007 Carolyn joined the new business as manager, then joined the Morrison family a year later marrying Earl. Today their two sons Luke and Caleb enjoy life on the farm with a barn full of chickens and Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats.
Eliza Wakefield (photo right) is a Danville native with a true love for animals of all sizes. Eliza first started with our team in May 2010 as a Vermont Technical College student majoring in Equine Studies with a strong interest in training and nutrition. Despite her busy sports schedule Eliza has always made her horses her priority, practicing her English and Western riding skills. In 2012 she ventured to Texas to help train cutting horses before returning home to Vermont and resuming her work at Morrison's Feed Bag in 2013. Eliza will be pursuing a certification in Equine Massage Therapy and hopes to one day have a horse farm of her own.
Lindsey Bresnahan (photo left) originates from the back country of Swanzey, NH where she developed a true love for the wilderness and today teaches survival classes and is an active member of the Vermont Outdoor Woman. Lindsey joined our team in 2015 sporting a great talent for customer service. When she isn't making smiles at Morrison's you can find Lindsey horse back riding, camping or bird watching with her young daughter. In fact, Lindsey spotted 100 bird species in 2015 making her our official on-staff “bird nerd”.
Katelyn Dunklee (photo right) is a Barnet native who began working with Morrison's Feed Bag in 2011 during high school. She has a life long experience with horses and therapeutic riding and loves to be around children. Katelyn will be pursuing a career in psychology and human services but has been a vital asset at Morrison's Feed Bag for many years now excelling in merchandise displays, customer service and keeping the store organized.