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COMPANY OVERVIEW

Lennard Ag Company is a full-service potato grower and distributor with headquarters in the Midwest. We pride ourselves on producing top quality potatoes for sale and processing. And we're Global G.A.P. certified, meaning we practice responsible land management and conform to worldwide standards for agricultural best practices. 

As an industrial farm that's family-owned, we’re big enough to meet your needs yet small enough to personally respond to your concerns. And our strategic locations, dedicated trucking fleet, and innovative technology mean we provide excellent potatoes faster than the competitionwith flexible delivery options to meet any production schedule.


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History

Wayne J. Lennard & Sons was established by Wayne J. Lennard in 1947, on five acres of land in southern Michigan. Over the years, the company grew exponentially, spreading across thousands of acres—growth driven in large part by innovation. In 1969, Lennard & Sons built the first refrigerated potato storage facility in the state. More recently, we developed a system of tracking devices to improve our logistics and customer experience.

Back in 1947, Wayne had a vision: to grow and distribute the highest-quality potatoes using cutting-edge farm technology. More than 70 years and two generations later, we’re still committed to that mission.


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Land Partners

Lennard Ag partners with farmers who lease ground for crop rotation, as well as landowners interested in cash rent. We work directly with farmers and landowners on their land production strategies, offering competitive and flexible lease options. Our dedicated land management coordinator will work directly with you to maximize your land value investment.

Our good stewardship approach to land management ensures the quality and productivity of your land over time. We offer an exclusive Market Protection Plan, and our long history of farming means we understand the importance of maintaining healthy soil. Responsible land management is more than just good business: it's an investment in the future.