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Grain mills enable you to grind grain freshly so that all valuable nutrients are contained in the flour or meal. Whether for the production of poultry feed or for healthy food in the kitchen - A grain mill can be used in many ways and is ideal for a balanced diet for humans and animals.

You only want the best chicken feed for your poultry? Have you always wanted to make your own granola yourself? If you value a balanced diet, a flour mill is a practical investment for you. With a grain mill, you can grind natural grain into meal or flour in no time at all. Thanks to the easy handling and the fast grinding process, all valuable ingredients remain in the regrind.

Overview of grain mill:

  • For the production of healthy animal feed & for private use in the kitchen
  • Can be used for all types of grain
  • All valuable ingredients remain in the flour or meal
  • Robust, sharp cutting mechanism that stays sharp for a long time
  • Stable grain mill for small and large quantities of flour
  • Grain mills are available with an electric motor or manual operation
  • Premium quality from Agrarzone

When is a grain mill right for me?

Is an appropriate diet for your poultry important to you? A grain mill is your ideal companion if you want to produce healthy grain mixes or laying flour for your poultry feed mix yourself. A cereal mill is also well suited for the production of muesli or flour in private use.

With a grain mill you can gently grind all types of grain into fresh grist or flour. Thanks to a gentle grinding process, all important ingredients such as vitamins, minerals and trace elements remain in the flour.

If you keep a large number of poultry, a flour mill is particularly worthwhile. The advantage of grinding your chicken feed yourself is obvious: Compared to conventional chicken feed in specialist shops, self-ground poultry feed is significantly cheaper and healthier.

In 3 questions about the right grain mill

Question 1: Do you occasionally grind cereals in small quantities?

If you have a manageable number of chickens or only occasionally grind smaller amounts of fresh grain, then a hand mill is ideal for you. Small but nice! All you have to do is fill the grain in the practical funnel and place a container under the opening for the ground grain before you can make fresh grain yourself.

Question 2: Do you regularly grind wheat, rye or spelled in large quantities?

Then an electric grain mill is the right choice. An electric grain mill is suitable if you grind grain a lot and often and is recommended if you want to supply a large number of poultry with self-ground poultry feed. With a strong metal grinder and a remarkable output per hour, you can grind a large amount of grain in a short time with an electric grain mill.

Question 3: Do you need a grinder to grind corn?

Maize or broken maize is a popular raw material feed for many poultry breeds such as chickens, quail, etc. Even if many manufacturers state it, corn cannot be ground in conventional flour mills. With a ginning device for maize, maize can be easily pitted and processed into grist. An optimal ginning device has a stable handle for particularly easy use, with which you can produce a large amount of crushed corn in a short time.

You have to consider this when buying a grain mill

1. Drive type:

The specialist market has both electric grain mills and manually operated grain mills. If the grain mill is used regularly or even daily, it is better to use an electric grain mill. If, on the other hand, you only grind small quantities of regrind occasionally, a hand-operated grain mill is completely sufficient.

2. Grinder:

Grain mills can be equipped with either stainless steel grinders or metal grinders. Dry grain can be ground with both variants, oilseeds, however, should only be ground in grain mills with stainless steel grinders, otherwise they will stick to the grinder.

3. Grinding performance & motor performance:

Depending on the motor output of the grain mill, you can produce different amounts of regrind per hour. Grain mills with a lower output produce less grain flour per hour than grain mill that have twice the power. The more watts a mill's electric motor has, the faster and the more flour you can grind.

Grain mills for beginners are available with a motor from 250 watts and take longer to grind the grain. A grain mill for regular use and for daily use in the catering industry is available from 550 watts.

4. Grain type:

Which grain you can grind in your grist mill basically depends on the performance of your grain mill. Steel grinders are also suitable for grinding oilseeds. Oilseeds cannot be ground on grain mills with stone millstones. The more power the grain mill has, the harder grain you can process with the grain mill.

Our tip: If you want to grind flour with a slower grist, change the fineness of the material gradually from the coarsest to the finest. This means that no grinding residues remain in the grinding chamber, which block the grist mill.

5. Funnel filling quantity:

Depending on the grain mill, you can fill different amounts of grain into the hopper. Hand-operated grain mills grind a smaller amount of regrind, which means that the funnel capacity is also smaller there. Electric grain mills usually have a larger hopper and therefore more space for grain. Ideally, you can fill the grain quantity into your grain mill for a whole grinding process.

6. Material of the mill housing:

There are grain mills made of plastic or wood, both of which achieve an equivalent grinding result. First and foremost, it is a question of personal taste which material you choose.

7. Cleaning and volume of the grain mill:

When choosing the grain mill, make sure that the individual components can be cleaned simply and easily.

Your grain mill will not run around the clock, but it is nevertheless advisable to pay attention to the volume when buying a grain mill.

Questions and answers about the grain mill

1. How finely can you grind with the grain mill?

How finely you can grind the grain depends on whether you own a hand-operated flour mill or an electric grain mill. Basically, electric grain mills grind finer than manual grain mills. Electric models also have various setting options that help you find the perfect grind.

2. Can you roughly grind the content?

Hand-operated grain mills grind relatively coarsely, since they have hardly any setting options and are operated manually. Electric grain mills, on the other hand, have various setting options, including a level for rough grinding results.

3. How long can you keep ground grain?

If properly stored, ground grain can be kept indefinitely without fear that the ground material will eventually spoil. However, depending on the shelf life, how coarse or fine the grain is ground and what type of grain it is.

4. How is a grain mill cleaned?

  • You can easily and simply clean your grain mill. Before cleaning, disassemble your grain mill, which works a little easier with some grain mills than with other models. With an electric grain grinder, disconnect the grinder from the power supply before cleaning to avoid a short circuit. So that the grain mill can be cleaned thoroughly, disassemble it as much as possible.
  • Clean the flour chamber and all other components with a damp cloth and take special care when cleaning electrical parts. Depending on the material, you can also clean various parts of the grain mill in the dishwasher.
  • If you regularly grind coarse ground material as well as fine ground material, the grindstones clean themselves. If the grindstones do stick together, it is advisable to grind several handfuls of rice or wheat at a medium level. The coarse grist naturally loosens the bonds in the grain mill.
  • If you grind grain that is too moist, the grain mill can smear. This happens if you grinded oats too finely or too many oilseeds such as sesame or linseed were also ground. To prevent smearing, you can simply grind dry grain at a medium level. The oil film is absorbed by the dry grain and the millstones clean themselves.
  • After cleaning, reassemble all the components of the flour mill and test whether the flour mill is working properly.
  • Our tip: It is best to clean the flour mill every few weeks, depending on the frequency of use usually more often.

Practical products for poultry farming & chicken farming

For poultry farming, you will also find a grain mill and practical products for your poultry in our Agrarzone Shop:

Do you also need poultry feed in addition to a grain mill? Whether good laying performance, poultry fattening, pigeons, quail or safe and controlled chicken rearing - our balanced poultry feed has been successfully used by chicken breeders, fattening operators as well as private poultry farmers for many years and provides your feathered friends with all the important nutrients.

Your advantages at Agrarzone

Free returns: This applies to all package deliveries that are returned within 30 days. You can also return freight forwarding goods within 30 days. However, the cost of returning the goods by forwarding company have to be paid by the customer.

No risk thanks to the 30-day money-back guarantee: If your purchased product is not right for you, you can return the item to us within 30 days of delivery without giving any reason. We will then refund the full purchase price.