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INDEPENDENT CROP CONSULTANTS OF THE YEAR NAMED
Source: National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants (NAICC)

Established in 1993, the Consultant of the Year (COTY) award honors members who have demonstrated leadership inside and outside the NAICC.

It recognizes the entrepreneurial spirit, innovation and creativity of the crop consultant and acknowledges consultants who achieve high standards of environmental responsibility. COTY winners are NAICC members of good standing with applicable education and work experience, Ag organizational involvement, and community involvement.

Thank you, BASF, for your continued sponsorship of the COTY program. Thanks to your generŽous support, we are able to provide complimentary registration, conŽvention meals, airfare and hotel accommodations for our 2014 COTY winners. And they are:

Adrew Vrbka , Servi-Tech, Inc.
Andrew joined Servi-Tech 10 years ago in Geneva, Nebraska. He is a successful consultant on approximately 15,000 irrigated acres per year. Andrew specializes in irrigated corn, soybeans, wheat, and alfalfa, as well as soil fertility, irrigation management, strip and no till management.

Andrew is on the forefront of the Precisions Ag team with a focus on grid and zone and sampling, variable rate nitrogen and other fertilizer recommendations. He helps other Servi-Tech consultants with variable rate fertilizer recommendations and variable rate seeding.

A Certified Crop Advisor, Andrew led the NAICC Education Committee and successfully developed the program for the 2014 Annual Meeting in New Orleans. He is well respected among independent crop consultants and fellow Servi-Tech employees.

Tim Moline, Centrol, Inc.
Tim is winner of the Team Player Award with Centrol Crop Consulting in Marshall, Minnesota. He is a successful consultant on approximately 40,000 acres, specializing in corn, soybean, and alfalfa.

Tim excels in technology and played a key role in developing Centrol's Precision Ag Program. He is extremely passionate about his career and takes great pride in his unbiased approach in helping growers maximize productivity and profit. Tim is a mentor for new consultants.

In addition to his membership in NAICC, Tim is a CPCC-I and a member of his local church council.


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