Check out our job opportunities page for a current opening for a Short Haul Truck Driver.  Lehenbauer Farms, Inc. is seeking full-time and part-time truck drivers.  Must have excellent driving record, Class A CDL with air brake endorsement, a minimum of one-year prior experience of CDL driving and be able to complete general truck and […]

Let me introduce you to our cattle office. A year after we built our cattle feeding barn, we built this space as part of working and load out facility. It is a record keeping and storage lifesaver. For those of you looking for farm office decorating ideas this is not the place, as much as […]

Hello! Yes, we are still alive and farming. In no particular order, here is what we are up to this week. Getting stuck. Fixing a lot of stuff. Side dressing corn. Digging stuff out, because someone got it stuck. Spraying beans. Cutting wheat. Hauling corn. Hauling nitrogen. Selling cattle. Feeding cattle. Checking cattle. Cleaning up after […]

This winter was busy. It’s now the second day of spring, but the weather forecast doesn’t reflect it. We typically begin calving in late January and early February. Great most years, but this year our calving dates hit right in the worst of the cold and snow. There were a lot of sleepless nights. To […]

Do you want to learn more about our cattle feeding operation? Check out this article from the Missouri Ruralist November 2013 issue. I’m pretty impressed with the family photo. It was almost 100 degrees that day (not exaggerating). The photo was taken at pretty much the hottest part of the day. If your curious, Heidi […]

Soybean Harvest Corn Harvest Drilling Wheat Running the Aerway, with some sleepy help. Yes, we have an old pillow in the tractor. Fall Calving Fence Building Feeding Cattle Plus the never ending paperwork.

If you follow us on Facebook, then you know what we’ve been up to. It’s silage chopping time. Last year was our first silage chopping experience since the mid-90s. We hire a custom chopper since we do not own our own chopper. We run wagons, pack, and keep everything going. Here are a few photos […]

Over 200 cattlemen and women from all over Missouri toured four operations, including ours, to learn, network, and eat beef on Saturday, August 24. Mark had the chance to give guests to the farm an overview of our farm and cattle feeding operation. We had the chance to explain why we are feeding cattle in […]

This is a big week at the farm. On Tuesday and Wednesday, August 20-21 we are honored to be the field demonstration site for the Port Industries Field Day. Port’s new Hydramaxx 2510 Chain Trencher and the Hydramaxx 2710 Wheel Trencher will be featured working in one of our fields in the bottoms north of Palmyra. […]

Remember the “big storm” that we told you about that destroyed several buildings and countless trees and fences. One replacement project is now complete. Except like most things, it’s never finished. Fencing, gating, alley way, electricity and lights to come.