finks mill


Finks Mill one of the last operating stone grist mills in the Southeast

Farmers come for miles to have their corn stone ground Many years ago, grist mills were in most communities, as local farmers brought their corn or grains to be ground for selling or personal use. Over the years, with the influx of large commercial operations that produce meal for the masses buy creating ready-to-eat mix, the local mills have declined to only a few surviving across the United States. These few mills cater to farmers bringing their corn to be...