Greg Ibach

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Greg Ibach
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Nebraska Director of Agriculture
Incumbent
In office
2005 - Present
Years in position 9
PartyNonpartisan
PredecessorMerlyn Carlson
Compensation
Base salary$103,501
Elections and appointments
Appointed2005
Appointed byGov. Dave Heineman (R)
Term limitsN/A
Education
Bachelor'sUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln (1984)
Personal
Place of birthSumner, Nebraska
Websites
Office website
Greg Ibach is the Nebraska Director of Agriculture. Ibach was appointed by Gov. Dave Heineman in 2005.[1]

Biography

In the 1980s, Ibach started working as a loan officer for Farm Credit Services of America, eventually working his way up to assistant vice president. Since 1999, he served as assistant director of agriculture until his appointment to his current position.[1]

Education

  • Bachelor's Degree, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in (1984) in animal science and agricultural economics[1]

Political career

Nebraska Director of Agriculture (2005 - present)

Ibach has served as Nebraska Director of Agriculture since 2005.[1]

Appointments

2005

Ibach was appointed Nebraska Director of Agriculture by Gov. Dave Heineman in 2005 after serving as assistant director for 6 years.[1]

Personal

Ibach grew up in the Sumner area on a family farm. He lives near Sumner in central Nebraska with his wife, Teresa, have three children. He is the owner and operator a cow, calf, and grain operation.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Merlyn Carlson
Nebraska Director of Agriculture
2005 – present
Succeeded by
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