Area Vice President
441 N 17th St.
Geneva, Nebraska 68361
Real Estate Broker:
Crop Insurance License: Nebraska.
Vice President for Farm Management services in Farmers National Company's South Central Area, including Kansas, Southeastern Nebraska, western Missouri.
B.A. in Education from Kearney State College, Kearney, Nebraska
Currently South Central Area Vice President for Farm and Ranch Management for Farmers National Company - December 2019 to Present
1991-2019 Farm Manager, Real Estate Farmers National Company
Responsibilities at FNC:
Vice President for South-Central Area
I work with farm managers who manage client agricultural real estate assets utilizing sound and thorough farm management practices to achieve the asset's best economic return while preserving or increasing the value of the asset.
Previously Farm Manager at Farmers National Company where I was involved in the management of assets for clients plus real estate sales, crop insurance, consultations, commodity marketing, and investment analysis.
Received Accredited Farm Manager (AFM) designation through the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) in 1998
Member of National ASFMRA
Member of State ASFMRA
Largest Increase in Insurance Sales - 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Real Estate Award Million Dollar Sales Club - 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005,
Business Development Award - 1994, 2006, 2008, 2009
Outstanding Leadership Award, Fillmore County ODEDEO Project - 2001
Farmers National Company Farm Manager of the Year - 2010
Past President Nebraska Chapter ASFMRA - 2017
"Farmers National Company has been responsible for management of our farms in Nebraska for over 60 years. During Andy Hubert's tenure, he has handled many sensitive issues, including questions of eminent domain, change of tenants, acquisition of capitol equipment, selection of local contractors, and marketing of property. The selection of new tenants has been particularly important. As a result of his knowledge, regarding the performance of local farmers, very good tenants were selected resulting in an immediate and substantial improvement in revenue." -- George W. Cowan, Client
Improved a 160-acre dryland Fillmore County farm by changing the cropping rotation and lease terms from a traditional share lease to a custom leasing arrangement with the crop rotation changing from a corn/soybean rotation to a corn/soybean/wheat rotation. In doing this, we were able to no till the farm and save moisture received during the winter months. Our corn yields on the farm have increased by an average of 20 bushels per acre compared to other dryland corn in the area. We also enrolled the farm in the Natural Resource Conservation Service Conservation Security Program (CSP) and have been able to collect an additional $16.52 per acre on the farm.
Year started with FNC: 1991