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50 Years of Innovation: Charting MJE’s Unique Path in Construction

The Evolution of a Construction Pioneer Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2024, MJE, LLC is a testament to adaptability and innovation in agricultural construction. Established by Max Jantz in 1974 with modest means, MJE’s growth story is one of transformation and strategic evolution. Under the stewardship of Aaron and Heather Jantz, the company has transcended […]

50 Years of Building Excellence: MJE’s Journey into 2024

A Golden Milestone As 2024 unfolds, MJE, LLC stands tall, celebrating 50 years of exceptional craftsmanship in agricultural construction. Founded in 1974 by the visionary Max Jantz with just one scraper, MJE has evolved into a dynamic enterprise under the leadership of Max’s children, Aaron Jantz and Heather Jantz. This incredible journey from a one-man […]

Empowering Montezuma: Celebrating New Housing Development

In an inspiring display of community leadership and collaboration, Heather Jantz, co-owner and COO of MJE, LLC, and Jami Helm, owner of Montezuma Drug, have joined forces to address a critical need in their community – affordable housing. These visionary women secured grant funding to develop housing solutions, focusing on underserved populations such as business […]

The Power of Staying Put: Finding Happiness & Success on the High Plains

Throughout March, MJE has been introduced to more than 250 students across Southwest Kansas in many ways: Each of these sessions is specifically designed to introduce students to career opportunities available after graduation with MJE and other strong businesses on the High Plains. In addition, MJE provides scholarship/school pay-back opportunities to students interested in Welding […]

From Loyalty to Expertise: MJE’s Long-Term Employees are Our Greatest Asset

Long-term employees are the backbone to the success of MJE. Experience, dedication, and positive company culture are just a few of the benefits to having long-term employees on the job site.

Cattle Handling Basics: Part 3

Improving cattle handling basics can drastically effect handlers and cattle herds. Downed animal care and transporting cattle are crucial components of cattle handling basics.

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