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MJE Livestock Equipment Looks to the Future

Since our inception in 2017, MJE Livestock Equipment has continued to evolve our product lines and business model. We added a new welding bay late last year, and the new production capabilities have allowed for unprecedented growth. In six months, our unique product line has doubled. With 95 years of combined experience in the livestock equipment production & design world, the administrative team at MJE LE understands how to move cattle efficiently and calmly to ensure the safety of the handlers and cattle. 

The dream of MJE LE is to provide livestock equipment to fit the diverse needs of cattlemen everywhere. Our latest cattle working system is designed to be long-lasting, durable and keep cattle and handlers safe. Every cattle operation is different, and every cattleman has individual needs. Therefore, our modular cattle-working system is 100% customizable –  designed to be easy to assemble, expand, and work in a variety of different setups. 

Over the next few weeks, we’re releasing several adjustable working alleys, including a Modular Double Alley, Parallel (Straight) Alley, Wedge Alley, and a heavy-duty commercial Feedlot Double Alley. We offer additional system options, including a Single Block Door and Palpation Cage to make the sorting process even easier. In addition to the Elite Cattle Working System options, we’ve added a Round Bale Feeder and Panel Hangers designed specifically to fit our Portable Loadout Chute

We believe that seeing is believing. The crew at MJE Livestock Equipment assembled a full-scale setup that includes heavy-duty Elite Panels, Elite Gates, new Rebel Equine panels, and a Tub and working Alley complete with a Silencer cattle chute and Stationary Loadout Chute.

Drop by MJE Livestock Equipment anytime Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and let us show you how each component can be customized to fit your specific needs.  We encourage anyone interested in learning more to visit our site in Montezuma, Kansas, to walk the complete setup.

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