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Ballyminane Mill
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Dating back to at least 1832, the Ballyminane mill is Ireland’s last fully water powered flour and saw mill. For three generations, the Murphy family have operated the Wexford water mill, passing down the skills and the heritage of this rare institution.

The wheat, the mill uses is sourced locally from 2 or 3 different grain companies and is ground through a set of french burr milling stones. The stones themselves date back to when the mill first opened, in the mid 19th century, and still require a painstaking process of dying and channelling to maintain them in full working order.

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