Ryan Hassebrook named Servi-Tech’s Eastern Nebraska Manager
Servi-Tech is excited to name Ryan Hassebrook as the company’s eastern Nebraska territory manager.
Hassebrook comes to Servi-Tech from AgriGold, where he was a sales and marketing manager covering southeast Nebraska and southwest Iowa.
“For years, Servi-Tech has set the standard for crop service and consulting. I could not be more excited to join that team,” said Hassebrook. “The work Servi-Tech agronomists do to help their growers be more efficient, productive and profitable is what makes the opportunity so tremendous.”
Hassebrook began work at Servi-Tech in September. He will assume responsibility of the eastern Nebraska territory from Steve Soden.
Growing up on a farm south of Columbus, Neb., Hassebrook went to the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and graduated with a degree in agricultural communications with an emphasis in science. Prior to joining AgriGold, he spent two years in Arkansas as a teacher. His family includes his wife, Kristen, and a daughter named Hannah.
Servi-Tech President and CEO Greg Ruehle said he is excited to have Hassebrook join the Servi-Tech family. “Servi-Tech enjoys a leadership position in crop consulting across Nebraska. Bringing Ryan Hassebrook onboard as our territory manager in eastern Nebraska builds on that success, given his strong background and agronomic knowledge," says Ruehle.
Servi-Tech, the country’s largest agronomic firm, was organized in 1975 by three farmer-owned cooperatives to provide technical service for agricultural producers in southwest Kansas. Today, Servi-Tech provides consulting to approximately 2,000 farmers across seven states and over 1 million acres. Servi-Tech Laboratories has agricultural customers in all 50 states and over six countries.