We want to share our AGI SureTrack family with you; we want you to get to know us. We are more than just the people behind the technology. Each of us work every day to help farmers bring increased value and profits back to the farms. Enjoy this month's spotlight, Jeramy Porter.
Employee: Jeramy Porter
Department: Market Development
Q: How long have you been with AGI SureTrack (formerly IntelliFarms)?
A: 2 years.
Q: What is your role at AGI SureTrack?
A: Market Development/Trade Shows/Hay Program (Human Multi-tool!)
Q: What’s the best thing about your job?
A: Working with producers around the world.
Q: What’s been one of your proudest moments at AGI SureTrack?
A: Being on the ground floor of so many new product launches.
Q: Did you grow up on a farm?
Q: If so, what was your favorite chore around the farm?
A: Feeding cows
Q: If so, what was your least favorite?
A: Picking up rock.
Q: When you’re not in the AGI SureTrack office, where is your favorite place to be?
A: At cattle shows with the family.
Q: Do you have pets?
A: Yes. 3 dogs and 5 heifers.
Q: What’s your favorite line from a movie?
A: Charlie Donovan: "How would you like to manage the Indians this year?"
Lou Brown: "Gee, I don't know…"
Charlie Donovan: "What do you mean, you don't know? This is your chance to manage in the big leagues."
Lou Brown: "Let me get back to you, will ya, Charlie? I got a guy on the other line asking about some white walls." (Major League)
Q: If you could choose anyone as your mentor, who would it be?
A: My Uncle Allen, he taught me hard work and unconditional love.
Q: If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do?
A: Buy more cows.
Q: If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Q: If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?
A: My family, cows and a lighter.
Q: What advice would you give to recent new hires?
A: Be yourself and do what you do best. And most importantly, always put our farmers first.
Q: Where is your favorite place to eat?
A: Momma's Mustard, Pickles, & BBQ, Louisville, KY.
Q: Were you in the military? If so, what did you do?
A: Yes, I was an Apache Helicopter Mechanic.
Messy or organized? Messy.
Salty or sweet? Sweet.
Coke or Pepsi? Coke.
Chocolate or vanilla? Chocolate.
Rock or Country? Country.
Sneakers or Sandals? Boots!
Books or video games? Books.
Plane or car? Truck.
Winter or Summer? Summer.
Tent or RV? Tent.
Cats or Dogs? Dogs.