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Sorghum Press
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Joe Crews    Posted 09-29-2002 at 07:17:52       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am trying to locate/purchase a sorghum mill/press and related equipment in the SW Arkansas, NE Texas, or SE Oklahoma area.

Thanks, Joe Crews
870 542 7220

Traci and Craig Jones    Posted 09-05-2003 at 09:00:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a Kentucky sugar-cane mill {#1} that has the Ginnypole, cook pan, and is complete, and ready to go. We live in Tunnel Hill, GA. Ph.# 706-937-5123, call if you like, we'll be happy to bring the mill to someone if the price is right, or meet halfway? In any case good Luck with your search!!

Joan    Posted 09-12-2003 at 10:21:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
What's the difference between #1 or #2 press? How big is your's? Have you sold it yet?

Jay    Posted 11-08-2003 at 12:01:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Tried to call yall, numbers no good?!
Anyone else have a old style press?

Are you talking about sugar cane mills?? Pcc-AL    Posted 09-29-2002 at 17:39:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
If you are, not too many years ago they were everywhere in my neck of the woods. There are still a few of them in the area, but not used anymore. Local auctions often have one or two. This time of the year about 20 yrs. ago we always went to someone's farm to get some syrup and cane juice. Good memories.

ol Henry    Posted 09-29-2002 at 09:03:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hope you find a source for one, I kind of been looking for a small one that maybe could be run off a elect. motor haven't had any sucess yet. I see people using the old mule powered ones at craft shows and such but don't know where a new one could be had. If you find a supplier that sells them let us know. thanks Henry

kraig WY Ahhhh you can't use electric motors    Posted 09-29-2002 at 09:24:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Gotta have mules. Grew up on my uncle's farm and it was my job to drive the mule round and round. And of course use the 2X4 to keep the mule from eating the stocks.

ol Henry    Posted 09-29-2002 at 10:46:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yeah..... I know, but one hard head around around the place is all the wife will tolerate

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