In Kenton, Ohio
Circle E Farms was established in 1907 in Kenton, Ohio as a 125-acre farm. In 1970, Lauren Eibling inherited the family farm from his father and moved to live on the farm. Since then, Eibling expanded the farm to 275-acres with 250-acres used for farming.
Circle E Farms is involved in the beef industry, consisting of a 20-head beef cow herd. In addition, all hay raised on the farm is used to feed the cattle. Customers of Circle E. Farms take comfort in knowing their food comes from a local trusted local farmer.
The Eibling family is very rooted in the farming industry. Lauren’s brother, Tom Eibling, also owns and operates a farm in Dola, Ohio. Together, the two brothers combine resources and share equipment for their farms. Additionally, Lauren’s youngest son began farming earlier this year. It’s a true family business.
Approximately, 12 percent of NFIB memberships are a part of the agricultural industry in Ohio. Lauren Eibling joined NFIB in 2012. He describes his membership as “a resource to stay informed and to know what is happening.”
If you have an interest in having your business visited and profiled on the web by a member of the NFIB/Ohio staff, please e-mail Andy Patterson in the Ohio office at [email protected].
Lauren Eibling, owner of Circle E Farm.