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Maine Grains

Agritourism Specialty

Maine Grains is a wholesale manufacturing facility producing stone-milled grains, a staple food in the human diet, all locally grown. New England has a rich history of producing grains and Maine Grains is reviving this tradition to ensure that local flour and cereal grains are available and affordable for the community.
Through use of our unique traditional stone milling process, Maine Grains preserves the nutritional content of the grain. Slow turning mill stones keep the flour cool, which improves performance in natural fermentation baking and provides a variety of hearty flavors. The select taste of flour produced from our stone-ground grains is ideal for baking and cooking.
Maine Grains is housed at the Somerset Grist Mill in Skowhegan, Maine. The Grist Mill provides a space for local farmers, entrepreneurs, and community members to assemble and operate a variety of programs and businesses. The Somerset Grist Mill is nationally recognized as one of the country’s emerging rural ‘food hubs.’ Maine grains now has a on-site Dry Goods store selling all of our flours and grains in retail packaging, open Monday-Friday 10-4pm and Saturday from 9-2.

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Agritourism Activities

HOURS: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday through Thursday, Fridays 9:00-12:00. Tours must be prescheduled by visiting our website

Main Characteristics:


Member Details

Grains/Grain Legumes


Main Characteristics

Grains/Grain Legumes

  • Buckwheat
  • Corn
  • Emmer
  • Oats
  • Rye
  • Spelt
  • Triticale
  • Wheat (Hard Red)
  • Wheat (Soft White)


  • Agritourism
  • Specialty

Main Characteristics

  • Grains

Other Business Focuses

  • Distribution
  • Food Processing
  • Processing

Other Processed Products

  • Other Specialty Products

Payments Accepted

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Credit Cards

Type of Activity

  • Tours
  • Educational Workshops
  • Tours of Food Processing Facility or Factory