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Brian Smith

Brian grew up in northern Indiana at the Markle Church of Christ.  He had a grandfather and uncle that grew corn and beans and raised hogs and Brian loved to help every chance he had.  After 2 1/2 years at a church camp in Ohio and 15 years at the Traders Point Christian Church in Indianapolis through a series of “God events”  Brian came back to farming with the Lamb family near Lebanon, Indiana.  What a joy it has been to return to farming and watch God at work globally.

Dean Lamb

Dean Lamb grew up in Lebanon Indiana and went to Lebanon High School. He graduated from Purdue University in 1987 with a degree in Agriculture Economics Dean is currently farming 8500 acres of waxy corn, popcorn, dent corn, and seed soybeans. He is very active in his church community as well and has previously and currently held positions of Deacon, Mission Team Coordinator, and Sunday School Teacher.

Don Lamb

Don Lamb

Started farming after graduating from Purdue with a degree in Agriculture Economics in the Spring of 1989.  At that time the farm operated about 2500 acres. Don has been farming for 25 years.  The farm now operates close to 8500 acres; growing dent corn, waxy corn, popcorn, and seed soybeans.  In addition to AgriStewards, the farm has 2 other divisions including AgRecycle and Lamb Farms Agronomy. He has also performed the roll of elder, deacon, and teacher at the New Hope Christian Church.

Jay Shultz

Jay grew up in Zionsville Indiana and attended Butler university while in college. He currently holds the position of machine tool sales, and has been in the business for 25 years. Jay’s positions in his church community include: Deacon, Elder, and Small Group Leader.

David Chance

Dave Chance

David Grew up in Westfield Indiana, and attended Purdue University while in college. He has been a grain and livestock farmer for 30 years. He is very active in his congregation at Lebanon Christian Church where he serves as a Deacon, Finance Committee Chairman, and Sunday School Teacher.