Corn is just what the Victoria was built to handle. It'll make good corn meal. As with all mills of this type it operates by the Armstrong Method so the more strong arms you have to crank it the more meal you'll be able to produce.I just brought a victoria grain mill off of ebay. I was wondering if this is going to be sufficient to grind up some corn meal?
Yellow dent is the most popular for making meal from.If so, what kind of corn would I order from Walton Feed for some good cornbread?
You can use it to mill wheat, but it will not produce fine flour in one pass. I recommend first cracking the wheat then tightening the plates to grind the cracked grain as finely as it is capable of doing. You then sift the resulting product and remill anything too coarse to pass through the sifter screen.Also does anyone use it to grind wheat?
Well if I had some whole corn and I hit each kernel of my corn with a hammer lightly---just enough to crack it into a few smaller pieces---Then I would have cracked corn, but I run my corn through a grinder set on coarse to crack it.Oh yeah and what is the difference between cracked corn and not cracked?