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On Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 11:44:38 AM UTC-7, Bruce Neilson wrote:
I recently acquired this combination grain mill and mixer from a lady who
bought it new in the 70's and did not use it. It was made in Brigham City
Utah, and I cannot find and info on the company or anyone who has used one.
I have some questions on getting it to work correctly. Any help would be

It's just called the Mill & Mix and was indeed made in the 70s in Brigham City, Utah.
Built like a proverbial tank, and a number of them still survive and are in productive
use. The company seems to be long gone.

I have and regularly use one and found a page of instructions. I can't see a way to
attach a PDF to this message, so if you want them, please download from



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