About Lehman Feed Mill
Located on the Northeast edge of Berne, Indiana, in Adams County, Lehman Feed Mill, Inc., has been serving the agricultural needs of area farmers and residents since 1954. For four generations, the Lehman Family has been striving to meet the needs of their customers by providing high-quality products and services.
Horace Lehman, along with his sons Stanley and Derryl, began grinding feed for their neighbors at their dairy farm Northeast of Berne, Indiana in the mid-1950s. In 1965, after a Palm Sunday tornado struck their farm, they decided to sell their cows and focus on their feed and grain business that had been steadily growing over the years. As Derryl and Stanley brought their sons into the family operation, the business continued to grow. Over time, they have added more products and services that are still offered to their loyal customers.
Today, Lehman Feed Mill, Inc. provides a variety of products and services. We specialize in making custom feed mixes and carry a full line of Hubbard and Showrite livestock and pet feed products. We offer a wide selection of farm supplies and fencing products that can be used on small or large farm operations. We operate a 1.5 million bushel grain elevator and purchase corn, soybeans, wheat, and oats year-round. Lehman Feed Mill, Inc. is an authorized dealer of Beck’s Hybrids, selling corn, beans, and wheat seed to customers. We offer a full line of fertilizer and chemicals and provide custom application services.
Each year in early September, Lehman Feed Mill, Inc. hosts an equipment consignment sale in partnership with a local auction company. From November through April, a hay, straw, and firewood auction is held at Lehman Feed Mill, Inc. on the first and third Saturdays of each month.
The Lehman Family and their employees remain committed to serving the needs of their customers. We invite you to visit Lehman Feed Mill, Inc. today to learn about how our products and services can benefit your operation.
Lehman Feed Mill, Inc. is a proud supporter of the local Adams County community, area 4-H Clubs, and local FFA Chapters.