Steve Hammer and Ron Howe gave Kevin Thompson possession of 150 heifers for grazing. Thompson was an order buyer-he bought cattle for people who wanted to buy them and tried to help sell cattle for people who wanted to sell them. Thompson sold the 150 heifers to Roger Morris. Hammer and Howe sued. Thompson had purchased cattle in twenty-five transactions but made only six sales during the year prior to selling Hammer and Howe’s heifers. During the five months after that sale, Thompson made many purchases but only one sale. Morris alleged the sale to him was by a merchant who dealt in goods of the kind. Was it?