Sam Moyer has a Ph.D. in genetics from Univ. of Minnesota.  He retired from Burlington County College, prof of Biology. Sam has been making brooms since 1977 after observing broom makers in various parts of US. He developed the world’s first machine harvestable broomcorn 1983-2006 in various Burlington County places. He co-invented the world’s first working broomcorn harvester with a welder in Pemberton. Currently, Sam produces the crop on a farm near Vincentown. His seed crop grows in various parts of US, Brazil and Australia.