As the world’s population continues to grow, sustainability within the agriculture sector is constantly being investigated.
The Nebraska Extension has been committed to the sustainability of cropping systems. They began partnering with the national Field-to-Market (FTM) initiative, as well as the Nebraska Corn Board to engage in Nebraska agriculture in applying sustainability to crop production practices.
Servi-Tech recently hosted guests from Ukraine on a week-long visit to western Kansas. Fred Vocasek of Servi-Tech was the tour guide and driver.
The tour group was sponsored by BRIDGES, a company headquartered in Kyiv, the capital city of Ukraine. Fred has made three trips to Ukraine in the last four years, visiting BRIDGES farm clients to provide soil and nutrient management consulting.
Kelly Popp has consulted on 400,000 acres in his career at Servi-Tech. He recently earned an award to mark that achievement.
Popp started working for Servi-Tech in April of 1990. He consults on corn, soybeans, wheat, and edible beans.
Popp said he likes the independence that Servi-Tech offers him and also likes helping his growers.
KEARNEY, Neb. – Josh Gordon of Garden City earned the New Employee of the Year award at Servi-Tech’s annual Professional Development Conference in Kearney in January.
Gordon started working for Servi-Tech full-time in October 2017, and also completed an internship at Servi-Tech prior to that.
“Josh has taken every task handed to him and given all his effort in achieving success,” said Ben Tipton, Servi-Tech’s southwest Kansas manager.