Ok, its story time: Around May of last year while at the farm one day Dr. Higgins tells me that he had hired a new guy to help manage all the work that he had going on at ESF. I didn’t think much of it at the time because we were only 45 days into construction and there had already been several of these folks that had come and gone. The problem was I hardly ever saw them and communication was severely lacking.
The next time I saw Dr. Higgins at the farm he had this “new guy” with him. Turns out it was Lee Moser. I had went to college at UK with Lee and we had studied in the same major and I knew him pretty well. Turns out Lee had went on to get his Masters, was working in the UK system, and came to Dr. Higgins for some more opportunities. Lee and I hadn’t crossed paths in 10 years since we had graduated with our bachelor’s degrees. We shook hands as Dr. Higgins introduced us and we “hit the ground running” so to speak.
Lee was at the farm all summer and fall managing Dr. Higgins projects. He has tracked the supplies that have went into each project, as well as the cost, and taken pictures to document the before and after of each installment. Lee has been vital to the coordination and installation of these projects at ESF. Most recently Lee has put together a “Virtual Tour” of all of the work that Dr. Higgins has done this past year. This virtual tour can step you through each project and why it was installed. It is complete with pictures of the BMP and a map showing where it is located on the farm.
I would like to thank Lee Moser for all his efforts in getting these BMP’s installed and helping us to share their applications with Kentucky cattle producers. Thank You Lee.
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