After waiting many years, and researching all the various brands, I finally decided on, and purchased a grain mill. It's the GrainMaker mill made in Montana.
This thing is built like a tank and grinds the best flour and corn meal! I can also use it to grind my flax seed, and it will even make peanut butter. There's a Lifetime guarantee on the mill, and the burrs as well.
This is the first thing my wife made with the flour. Whole wheat pancakes with peaches and whipped cream made from raw jersey cream.
Use it up, wear it out. Make it do, or do without![/b]
that is great ;D Iv been looking and wanting to get a grinding mill if I may ask what was the cost??
I purchased the middle size. It ran just under $700. They have a larger one that I think is in the $1200 range and a smaller size that is closer to $400. I was considering the Country Living grain mill, which was considerably less, but a good portion of it was plastic. I ultimately chose the GrainMaker because of the warranty, rugged construction, and the fact that it's made in Montana by a family run business.
They have a good website with lots of FAQ and videos.
Post by patricimo54 on Apr 10, 2012 17:28:49 GMT -5
That thing appears to be a Cadillac of grain mills. What an awesome purchase ;D
This is what me and my Bride have put back with our wheat storage.
It is a Lehman's product. Cost was around $200
Congrats again Mike on a fine piece of equipment
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