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Old 04-09-2011, 09:07 PM
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The wife and I are ready to pull the trigger and buy a Country Living grain Mill with some accessories.

A Berky Stainless.

And an American Canner Model 930. The one that will hold 14 quart jars.

I'm looking for an online retailer that has them in stock and ready to ship at a good price.

Anyone know where I can find all this?
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http://www.lehmans.com/store/Kitchen..._1136950?Args=


check the link out they carry alot of real high wuality mills and other products
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Safecatle should carry most of the stuff your looking for - http://store.prepared.pro/

If you can not find it at safecatle, check out emergency essentials - http://beprepared.com/
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http://www.lehmans.com/store/Kitchen..._1136950?Args=


check the link out they carry alot of real high wuality mills and other products
Thanks tried that.

We were at their store today. Out of stock on all three items. They had a flood on Febuary 28 that destroyed a lot of their stock and they don't know when they will be able to get more. They have a big waiting list of people that have already paid for these things so they get them first when they do arrive. The flood was 2 to 3 feet deep throughout their entire store.

We did buy some smaller prep items they did have in stock while we were their. Spent a little over $200 and had planned on spending around $1,500.
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I have bought all of my pressure canners (6 total) on ebay for about 1/3 to 1/2 the cost of a new ones.
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The wife and I are ready to pull the trigger and buy a Country Living grain Mill with some accessories.

A Berky Stainless.

And an American Canner Model 930. The one that will hold 14 quart jars.

I'm looking for an online retailer that has them in stock and ready to ship at a good price.

Anyone know where I can find all this?

Did you post an exact thread like this not long ago or am I truly losing it?

How about these guys? they get good reviews...http://www.pleasanthillgrain.com/
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Did you post an exact thread like this not long ago or am I truly losing it?

How about these guys? they get good reviews...http://www.pleasanthillgrain.com/
You know. I may have asked about these last year and forgot about it. In which case I HAVE LOST IT. LOL Thanks for the link I had forgot about them.
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Emergency Essentials sells them.
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A little update. We got all three items now. Couldn't find any Big Berkey stainless in stock anywhere so we went with the Royal model.



Everything should arrive sometime next week.



This closes a few big holes in our preps. Got lots of food and more to be bought. Just need to finish building the pantry room to store it all.
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Country Living enforces MAP pricing on the internet (minimum advertised price). The chepest you can get it for is $395. If you go to Google and hit SHOPPING you will come to all the online retailers with the lowest price.

Canning... I wish I knew too.
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All I have to say is have fun with that 930. The 921 is a beast by itself (weight wise). The 930 is a monster.
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A little update. We got all three items now. Couldn't find any Big Berkey stainless in stock anywhere so we went with the Royal model.



Everything should arrive sometime next week.



This closes a few big holes in our preps. Got lots of food and more to be bought. Just need to finish building the pantry room to store it all.

Where did you end up getting everything from?
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I have bought all of my pressure canners (6 total) on ebay for about 1/3 to 1/2 the cost of a new ones.
I think that's the path I'd take also. Get the pressure canner from Ebay and the Berkey from the Berky Guy. Then search for the lowest price on the mill. Even with the seperate shipping fees added, you'd come out money ahead. All the places I've seen that had some of all of them together, always seemed to want an arm and a leg for them. Whereas the smaller guys who specialize seem to have the best prices. And Ebay is hard to beat for a lot of things.
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Where did you end up getting everything from?
Got the mill from pleasanthillgrain. The royal berkey and american canner 930 from ebay.
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