Lynn Alan Farmis a family owned and operated grain production facility located in Clark County, Ohio. We are dedicated to bringing a high value of service and production to our landowners. We currently manage over 3,000 acres of crops and do an additional 1,500 acres of custom planting, spraying and harvesting across Clark, Miami, Champaign and Greene Counties. We also raise a high quality Boer goat herd producing goats for the meat market and for children to show in 4-H and FFA.
About Us Lynn Alan Farm is a partnership between husband and wife, Brent Alan and Christine Lynn Pence. Christine was raised on a farm in Greene County where she helped her parents. Brent, on the other hand, was not from a farm background; however, he knew from a young age that farming was the way of life for him. In 1993, he purchased his first tractor and with the help of a neighboring farmer, Brent was able to get a solid foundation to start farming on his own by gaining some farmland. We met in college and married in 1995 at which time bought our first farm where we still reside, with our daughter Paige.
Our machinery consists of newer John Deere equipment. The equipment includes auto-steer and field-doc recordkeeping systems. In addition to crop farming, we also have nearly 50 Boer goats. In 2011, our daughter Paige became a competitive showman on show circuit and continues to do so. Future Goals
Future Goals We are continuously adopting new technologies to improve efficiency to operate and improve economic stability. Be firmly believe in no-till. We have had tremendous success no-tilling corn, soybeans and wheat and many farms that have been no-tilled for 20-30 years and are still seeing excellent yields. Our goal is to successively expand our operation while continuing to provide high quality service and production. We are always interested in expanding our territory to grow our business. Our goal with the Boer goats is to continue to produce high quality Boer goats for 4-H and FFA projects. Please feel free to contact us if you are thinking about getting started in this fun and exciting livestock industry. We enjoy helping youth with their goat projects.