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 […]

Visit us on Facebook

As we have grown we recognize the need to increase efficiency, not just in our operation, but also in our website. It takes a lot of time to maintain a website. In the name of time and efficiency, we have embraced social media as the best place to keep our friends, neighbors, and followers up-to-date […]

2015 Wrap-Up

2015 is quickly coming to a close. Today it is 60 degrees with a warm rain here in Northeast Missouri. It feels like April. No. We will not be planting corn, but we will be building fence. We have to take advantage of this warm weather. Wishing you, your family, farms, and everyone who eats […]

Merry Christmas!

Speckles, the only white faced cow on the place, made the Christmas card. Wishing everyone a blessed Christmas and wonderful New Year. Like us on Facebook for the latest ‘News from the Farm.’

Cattle Office Tour

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 […]

Growing Family

Four years ago our family looked like this. Two and three years ago the family grew by three members.   Last fall our family picture looked like this. On March 3 the family photo became outdated again. Tyne Lucille Lehenbauer was born to Mark and Amy and big brother Kye. We are grateful for a […]


#plant 14, the hash tag for this year’s planting season, is officially underway for us.  

Calving Winding Down

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 […]

Christmas Shopping for the Farmer in Your Life

By Amy It’s Christmas time — my favorite and most puzzling holiday. My favorite holiday, because the month of December typically gives us a chance to take a breath on the farm. I use the word “typical” very loosely here. I vividly recall the harvest of 2009 when we cut down a Christmas tree and […]