GateHands began on a family farm in north central Oklahoma. Brad Fredrick, the inventor, thought it up one day and then built the first ever prototype. He didn't build it to try and sell it, he built it to use; and he has. For the last two years he has used GateHands at his own farm. After a while, he had comments and questions from farmers and people passing through about how they might be able to get a set of GateHands for themselves. So, Brad and his daughter Kelsey went into business together and formed KB Enterprise. Together they are working hard to bring GateHands to more farmers and ranchers around the country.
When you drive down a rural highway, look around and you'll start to notice those sagging gates.
Farmers and ranchers have precious cargo inside their gates. GateHands can give those gates a longer life by keeping them straight. GateHands also makes getting in and out of the gates less hassle and it gives the farmers and ranchers peace of mind knowing the gates are secured.