Legan Livestock and Grain

Legan Livestock and Grain is a family farm, raising pigs and crops, located in Putnam County, Indiana. Mark and Phyllis Legan began raising pigs and crops as first generation farmers in January of 1989. In 2010 the Legan’s daughter Beth and her husband Nick Tharp joined the family farm.  In order to stay competitive in the pork industry, the farm has grown steadily over the past 23 years. This family farm now raises several thousand weaned pigs a year as well as corn to feed the sows and soybeans to sell. 

As a family, we are all very passionate about our role of producing food for the world. We realize this is a long term commitment, and have chosen to utilize responsible and sustainable agricultural practices on our farm. Every day is viewed as an opportunity to improve family, employee and community wellness.  

We believe God has called us to be a part of a noble profession. We realize without His guidance and alliances formed with others, we would not be able to carry out our work. It has been through relationships with others that we are able to do what we do today. We are grateful for the opportunities we have been given.

Our family could not do all of this alone, and we are very thankful for our employees. We and our employees are committed to producing safe food for consumers worldwide, providing the best care possible for our animals, and safe guarding our natural resources in all of our practices. We are all proud to be a part of our local community and to contribute to a better quality of life. We work hard to stay abreast of new technologies and continually try to improve our production practices.