Country Living Mills has been bringing you high-quality hand mills for over 40 years. Hand crank grinders are regarded as more reliable than electrical mills because they can be used when no electricity is available, or if you just prefer grinding manually. The Country Living Mill has two industrial ball-bearings, high-carbon steel burrs and the adjustable burrs let you choose flour textures anywhere from super fine flour to cracked grain. The mill has a 4.5 cup hopper capacity. Country Living Mills also provides a variety of replacement parts and accessories to fully customize your mill to fit your needs and lifestyle.
Country Living Mills sells one mill—but don’t be fooled—this mill can become many different mills with customization. Every option comes with high-carbon steel burrs, a hand crank, and heavy duty
ball-bearing construction. The rest is up to you! If you would like to order a Country Living Mill, we've provided a table with different options for you to choose from to simplify your ordering process. These mills ship free to the 48 contiguous states!
We want you to make this mill your own! Country Living Mills offers 14 different accessories, on top of the original customization, to add to your mill. Purchase the Peanut Butter Plus Accessory Kit to make your own nut butters. The easy-to-install Motor Kit attaches to the flywheel to give you the option of using your Country Living Mill as an electric mill. Pick up a Just-in-Case replacement parts kit for those little things that might need replacing at a moment’s notice.
Country Living Grain Mill at Pleasant Hill Grain
Pleasant Hill Grain is happy to offer the Country Living Mill to you. Our customer service representatives have experience with these mills and you can contact us if you have any questions or need help placing an order.
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