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Affiliations

Kansas Auctioneers Association

Board Member


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GoBob Pipe and Steel - The Hay Roll Bale Hauler

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It all began in the Black Hills of Missouri when Jim Hertzog, owner of MoKan Livestock Market Inc., went to see a client, Jerry Page, about bringing his calves to a sale.
Jim noticed, however, that Jerry had about 75 rolls that were lined up side-to-side. Well, that was the same problem Jim was having and he too, hated restacking his hay. Jim went on to tell Jerry that every time he moved hay, he thought about how he could eliminate this problem. Jim had some ideas and as the two men talked, they thought they had a solution. " You should have seen it," says Jim. When Jim & Jerry's prototype rolled into Jeremy's yard, Jeremy thought "What the heck is this? Jim and Jerry impatiently waited for Jeremy to speak again. Now you too can benefit from Jim, Jerry and Jeremy's hard work.


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Yet here near the heart of beef country, the high prices that cattle are fetching have just begun to flatten in recent weeks, said Jim Hertzog of Mo-Kan Livestock Market, a sale barn in Bates County, Mo., The Kansas City Star reported (http://bit.ly/1GG3hGN).
"Supply is light and demand is good," he said.


Mo-Kan Administration

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Jim Hertzog
816-289-3011


Mo-Kan Livestock Market, Inc.

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Jim Hertzog: 816-289-3011
Jim Hertzog: 816-289-3011


Mokan Livestock Market, Inc.

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Jim Hertzog: 816-289-3011
Office: 800-887-8156 or 660-679-6535 Jim Hertzog: 816-289-3011


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