Lilah began dairying in partnership with her husband, Alan, in 1989. Together with their two daughters and son, they milk 80 dairy cows and own and operate 4,000 acres. The family plants spring wheat, barley, oats and corn for chopping and grain, and has a three-acre pumpkin patch. Additionally, the Krebs raise 300 beef cows and 160 sheep. Lilah previously served as a DFA delegate for eight years, has served on the Central Area Council for 10 years and has been on the Central Area Audit committee for nine years. Lilah is active in the industry, serving as a director on several boards, including American Dairy Association of the Midwest and North Dakota Beef Promotion Commission where she promotes the beef side of dairy. Lilah received the North Dakota Milk Producers Association Merit Award in 2014.