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Home Flour Mill Grinds Any Grain
"Natural is best," say makers of the All-Grain flour mill, a grain grinding unit for making your own flour at home.
"You can make up to 5 lbs. of flour in 30 min. using wheat, corn, soybeans - any kind of grain available," says Sam Classen, Newton, Kan., an All-Grain distributor. "You get fresh flour with no additives or preservatives and true, whole-grain food value."
The all-steel mill grinds with silicone carbide stones, powered by a 1/3 hp motor. Designed for continuous operation, both mill and motor are cooled by a small air turbine. All parts except the motor carry a lifetime guarantee.
Grain is loaded into the open top and fed out as flour from a spout in the mill's side. Variable settings produce grain varying from coarse to fine consistency.
You can grind any grain - even coffee-if the material is dry enough. Classen points out that oil-bearing grain, such as soybeans, must be especially dry. People use the mill for other things too, like grinding alfalfa for health food diets.
Cost for the smaller model, which weighs about 221bs2 and has a 1/3 hp motor, is $269. Two larger models also available.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Sam Classen, Rt. 5, Box 20, Newton, Kan. 67114, (ph. 316 283-4707).

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