FACTORIE STORY

FACTORIE STORY
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  • the flour-milling industry in the mid-19th century took place at While lumber sawmills arrived first in the 1840's.
  • Hello! My name is Carter. I am a farmer. I harvest 3 hours a day. I harvest wheat.
  • Minnesota’s first grains of wheat sprouted in the southeastern part of the state.
  • The wheat that I harvest goes to factories and is turned into flour.
  • In the industry's early days in Minneapolis, almost all sales were of family flour used in home baking and sold in 196-pound family barrels.
  • Everyday when I harvest the wheat, I put it in a bag and bring it to the factory.
  • They take the wheat and grind it. Then they add other ingredients and turn it into flour.
  • In 1900, only five percent of bread consumed was bakery-made. 
  • After World War I, the milling industry in Minneapolis began to decline. Federal import-export regulations led mills to move to cities better situated to process Canadian wheat. 
  • My favorite part about harvesting wheat is that once I get it done, I get paid .
  • I've been working on my farm for almost 18 years and we have made enough flour for every family in Minneapolis to get 100 pounds of flour! We help the nation with 1 bag of flour a week. 
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