You’d expect a state that grows a quarter-billion bushels of wheat each year to have a Goliath-sized milling operation. North Dakota has one indeed – the largest in the nation. The North Dakota Mill & Elevator in Grand Forks is a marvel of modern agricultural complexity and efficiency. It makes its owners proud, and through an unusual twist of history, those owners happen to be all the people of North Dakota.
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There’s a big “pantry” at the North Dakota Mill. The terminal elevator can store up to four point three million bushels of wheat! And if you’re looking for choice: The mill turns out some 2 dozen kinds of flour for bread, pasta, pizza and tortillas.