MEET TEAM AGRACITY MEMBER MACKENZIE MOSHER

MACKENZIE MOSHER

Inside Sales Representative

What is your job title?

Inside Sales Representative.

What do you do with AgraCity?

I work with customers across Canada to find crop input products that are both a great fit for their operations and have affordable prices!

Where do you live?

I currently live in Saskatoon, SK.

What is the territory that you cover?

I have customers in many provinces across Canada; Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.

What do you like about working with AgraCity?

I love having the opportunity to work with, and learn from, growers in many different areas of the country! It is always interesting to hear about the different crops, weather and practices from area to area.

Where did you grow up?

I grew up on Vancouver Island in BC. Specifically, Coombs: Home of Goats on the Roof Market.

What do you think is the biggest challenge facing farmers in western Canada today?

I believe the biggest challenge facing farmers in western Canada today is the spread of misinformation about the agriculture industry online, specifically on social media platforms. In a time where people share anything they read online without fact-checking, it is more important than ever to stay informed and collect accurate information about the industry.  By doing so, we are able to support those advocating for agriculture and collectively have a strong voice for our industry. This will allow us to continue to feed the world for generations to come.

What hobbies do you have when you are not working?

When I am not working I love to go to the movies, finding new places in Saskatoon (and area) to explore, Saskatchewan Rush games, and spending time with my bulldog, Agnes.

What else would you like AgraCity customers to know about you?

My passion for agriculture stems from being in 4-H for 10 years. I had the opportunity to try many different projects; Horse, beef, sheep, swine and poultry! Many people ask why I moved to Saskatoon from the Island and it was that passion for agriculture and friends from those years in 4-H that pushed me to the U of S and then those years at the U of S that made me fall in love with the prairies.