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Old 01-04-2015, 06:03:58 PM
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Steve doing his part on getting children interested in old iron. Enjoy
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Here is mine:

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Here's our latest cornmeal grinding and sifting run in October 2014.

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This one is also very intresting and taken on the same show............



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Here`s our setup, a Sprout-Waldron mill powered by a 4HP Fairbanks Morse Type H.
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