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» Largest U.S. milling states, by number of mills
Largest U.S. milling states, by number of mills
Pennsylvania has the most mills at 13.
Photo courtesy of Snavely’s
Pennsylvania has the largest number of mills in the United States at 13, with a total capacity of 95,116. Pictured above is Snavely’s Mill, Inc.’s facility in Mill Hall. Other mills in the state include Snavely’s facilities in Lititz and Mifflinville; Ardent Mills’ facilities in Martins Creek, Pocono Summit and York; ADM Milling in Camp Hill; F.M. Brown’s Sons in Fleetwood; Small Valley Milling in Halifax; Wilkins-Rogers in Mount Joy and Palmyra; Ag Com in New Oxford; and Essential Eating Sprouted Flours in Waverly.
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With 12 mills, California has the second highest amount of facilities, with a total capacity of 123,320 cwts, including General Mills in Vernon; Ardent facilities in Colton, San Bernardino and Stockton; Miller Milling in Commerce, Fresno and Oakland; Lacey Milling in Hanford; ADM Milling in Los Angeles; Grain Craft in Los Angeles; Giusto’s Specialty Foods & Flour Mills in South San Francisco; General Mills in Vernon; and Bay State Milling in Woodland.
Kansas is home to 11 mills with a total capacity of 108,628 cwts. Facilities include two ADM Milling facilities in Arkansas City; Bartlett Milling Co. in Coffeyville; Stafford County Flour Mills in Hudson; Grain Craft in Rosedale, McPherson and Wichita; Kansas State University in Manhattan; Heartland Mill in Marienthal; and Ardent Mills in Newton and Wichita.
Photo courtesy of Miller Milling.
Texas has nine flour mills with a total capacity of 92,260 cwts. Pictured here is Miller Milling’s facility in Saginaw. Other facilities include Panhandle Milling in Dawn; the Morrison Milling Co. in Denton; Ardent Mills in Galena Park, Saginaw and Sherman; Arrowhead Mills in Hereford; ADM Milling in New Braunfels; and Pioneer Flour Mills in San Antonio.
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Minnesota has a capacity of 112,305 cwts spread across eight mills, including Ardent Mills’ facility in Hastings, pictured here. Ardent also has mills in Lake City, Mankato and Rush City. Other mills in the state include Homestead Mills in Cook; ADM Milling in Minneapolis; Miller Milling in New Prague and Bay State Milling in Winona.
Photo courtesy of Bay State Milling.
North Carolina is also home to eight mills with a total capacity of 61,220 cwts. Bay State Milling has a facility in Mooresville. Other facilities in the state include Lakeside Mills in Spindale and Rutherfordton; ADM Milling in Charlotte; Sanford Milling in Henderson; King Milling in King; Bay State Milling in Mooresville; Renwood Mills in Newton; and Bartlett Milling in Statesville and Wilson’s Mills.
Photo courtesy of Clifton Mills.
Ohio has eight mills with a capacity of 88,500 cwts. Pictured here is Clifton Mill Co.’s facility in Clifton. Other Ohio mills include Bucyrus Flour Mill in Bucyrus; Grain Craft in Cleveland; Ardent Mills in Columbus; The Mennel Milling Co. in Fostoria and Logan; Mondelez Global in Toledo and Star of the West in Willard.
Photo courtesy of Ardent Mills.
New York is home to seven mills with a total capacity of 87,480 cwts, including Ardent Mills in Albany pictured here. Other facilities include ADM Milling in Buffalo and Hudson; General Mills in Buffalo; The Birkett Mills in Penn Yan; Champlain Valley Milling in Willsboro; and Star of the West facility in Churchville.
Photo courtesy of Knappen.
Michigan also has seven mills with a total production capacity of 42,040 cwts. Knappen Milling, which is led by new president and chief executive officer Emily Likens, has a 5,200-cwt facility in Augusta. Other Michigan facilities include Chelsea Milling in Chelsea; The Mennel Milling Co. in Dowagiac; Star of the West in Frankenmuth and Quincy; Nature’s Legacy in Hudson; and King Milling in Lowell.
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Utah rounds out the top 10 list with seven mills and a total capacity of 41,400 cwts. Facilities include Central Milling in Logan; Grain Craft in Ogden; Big J Milling & Elevator Co. in Brigham City; Honeyville in Honeyville; Deseret Mills & Elevator in Kaysville; Lehi Roller Mills in Lehi; and Ardent Mills in Ogden.
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