What Is a Gristmill?

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A Gristmill is a facility or resource where grain is ground into animal feed or flour. The gristmills were crucial to the improvement of the Midwest, and without them the ancient settlers would not have been capable of feeding themselves or their livestock.
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grist·mill
[grist-mil]
NOUN
1.
a mill for grinding grain, especially the customer's own grain.
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