Classes

AEC 309 International Agriculture, World Food Needs and U.S. Trade in Agricultural Products

Online Publications

Please see Vita for complete list of publications.

Programs/Centers

KyFarmStart: Kentucky Beginning Farmer's Program

Southern Sustainable Ag Research and Education Program (SARE)



A. Lee Meyer

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416 Charles E. Barnhart Bldg.
Lexington KY 40546-0276

Phone: 859-257-7276
Fax: 859-323-1913
E-mail: lmeyer@uky.edu

Education
Ph.D.Purdue University 1980
M.S.Purdue University 1977
B.S.St. Joseph College 1975

Extension Professor

Agricultural and Livestock Marketing, Sustainable Agriculture, Farm Transitions and Beginning Farmer Programs, Direct Marketing, Grass-based Beef Production

Career Highlights

Work in Thailand on a farming systems project (1984-86) Work in Poland on a project to create a Polish ag extension program (1991-92) Appointment as one of the few Extension Specialists in Sustainable Agriculture in the U.S. Election as one of two faculty representatives on the UK Presidential Search committee.

About My Work

Sustainable Agriculture is the combining of environment, economics and community aspects of our food system. We are continuously challenged to improve at least some elements of our system, without damage to others. Our work in this area is a team effort of colleagues at UK, community partners and clientele. Having the opportunity to help create a sustainable food system -- which will meet our needs long into the future is greatly satisfying, and fun. (I get many opportunities to eat great food!)

Highlighted Publications

Brislen, Lely, Woods, T.A., Meyer, Lee, Routt, Nathan; Grasshoppers Distribution Lessons Learned and Lasting Legacy; University of Kentucky College of Ag, Food and Environment, Special Report SR 108, January, 2015.

Bomford, Michael, Lee Meyer, Thomas Sikora, Will Martin, Sam McNeil, Mike Montross, Edwin Ritchey and Chad Lee; Organic Corn Production in Kentucky; University of Kentucky College of Ag, Food and Environment, ID 225; January, 2015.

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