Kaci Davignon


Robin Cox Named as Key Feed Accounts Specialist

Servi-Tech is excited to name Robin Cox as the new newest member of its sales team. Robin has been named Key Feed Accounts Specialist, a new position to focus on Servi-Tech’s growing feed testing and evaluation business.

Cox previously served as a data review coordinator for Servi-Tech’s Amarillo Laboratory for four years, and as a technician for three years prior. Her new role will focus on feed customers (e.g., feedlots, dairies, feed manufacturers and feed retailers) throughout the Midwest and beyond.

“My previous positions with Servi-Tech equipped me to answer testing questions since I have performed analyses as a lab technician and have scrutinized the data as Amarillo's data review coordinator,” Cox said.

She is also experienced and fluent in Servi-Tech’s laboratory information management system, which is used to maintain test results and to communicate with customers.

“That will enable me to efficiently obtain customer information and effectively serve customer’s needs,” she said. “I thrive on new challenges. This position will combine my passion for science, agriculture and customer service. I look forward to meeting customers face-to-face that I have served through the Amarillo lab for seven years.”

Jeff Hiers, Servi-Tech’s Chief Operating Officer, said the company is excited to work with Robin as she transitions into her new role.

“We are excited to have one of our own promoted to a new position,” Hiers said. “Robin’s knowledge from her lab role at Servi-Tech will serve our customers well, as we build the premiere feed lab in the country.”

About Servi-Tech

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 almost 1 million acres. Servi-Tech Laboratories has agricultural customers in all 50 states and more than six countries.