I'm still looking for any old southern FLINT corns. I've had no luck whatsoever.... located two DENT corns that were inaccurately described as flint corns (one by a gristmill operator, the other by a state historical farm, BOTH of whom you'd think would know better).... one of which was a 180+ year old northern Georgia heirloom, but not what I was looking for. Anybody have any ideas? USDA doesn't have any, seed companies & museums & historical farms & surviving gristmills I've contacted don't know of any. Unless some moonshiners kept 'em going, or a nonagenarian farmer somewhere still has one, it's starting to look like I'm ought of luck..... and a piece of our history (& self sufficiency) is gone.