Greg Ruehle
President & CEO
Servi-Tech, Inc.

Greg Ruehle serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer for Servi-Tech. Headquartered in Dodge City, KS it is the nation’s largest independent agronomic firm. In this role, Ruehle manages a diverse staff of nearly 200 across the company’s 8-state footprint. Annually, Servi-Tech agronomists consult on nearly 1 million acres of agricultural land for growers and the cooperative-owners of the company. Additionally, Servi-Tech has three laboratory locations that evaluate nearly a half-million agricultural samples annually.

Ruehle also served as Chief Executive Officer for the Independent Professional Seed Association from 20015-2015. In this capacity, Ruehle managed the day-to-day administrative and fiduciary responsibilities for a national trade association representing nearly 100 independently-owned seed companies throughout the US and Canada.

Greg also served for 10 years as the Executive Vice President of the Nebraska Cattlemen, with primary association management and government affairs responsibilities for the nearly 5,000-member statewide group. In addition to managing a staff of twelve, Ruehle managed state and federal government relations and represented the association as a speaker before numerous statewide, national and international audiences.

Ruehle’s association career began with the National Cattlemen’s Association (now National Cattlemen’s Beef Association), where he served in various positions, including Director of Private Lands, Water and Environment in the Washington, DC government affairs office. Greg represented the Association before Congress, Federal agencies and the Administration on a range of environmental and natural resource policy areas.

Greg has a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Agriculture from Oklahoma State University, and is also a graduate of the Ranch Management Program at Texas Christian University. Greg and his wife, along with their two children, live in Dodge City while maintaining a diversified, family-owned livestock operation in eastern Ford County Kansas.

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