All of the following mills are open to the public during sorghum season.

Bedford County
Halls Mill Sorghum & Halls Mill Squeeze Randall Crowell
Paschal Road
Halls Mill

The annual Halls Mill festival is an opportunity for families in the area to get together for friendship, food and entertainment. Newcomers get a glimpse of how farming was conducted many years ago. In addition to the production of syrup and other farming activities dating back to the 1920s, the festival offers live music, clogging, antique tractors and cars, catfish and chicken with the all the fixin's and home made ice cream treats. Please call for the date of this year's festival which wasn't available at press time.

Montgomery County
Sango Mills
Vicki Hildreth
154 Towes Lane

We are open to the public September through November, Tues.-Sat. Visit the bakery and restaurant for homemade fried pies, sorghum, fresh ground cornmeal and apple cider. Also we demonstrate making Sorghum.

Overton County
Molasses Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill
Mark Guenther
3780 Muddy Pond Rd.
Muddy Pond

Our sorghum mill is horse-powered. We welcome visitors Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from September through the end of October. In addition to our freshly made sorghum, we sell a variety of homemade breads and baked goods. We make sorghum at several area festivals during the fall including the Music & Molasses Festival, Fall Creek Falls Heritage Festival and the Museum of Appalachia Fall Homecoming.

The Sorghum Mill
Ernest Mazelin
4570 Muddy Pond Rd.
Muddy Pond

We make horse-powered sorghum from September through October. Please call ahead for processing days.

Perry County
Louis Beachy
4404 Hwy 438

We make horse-powered sorghum from mid-September through October. Please call ahead.

Stewart County
Dark Fire Farms
Ross & Jane Bagwell
134 Howell Rd.
Big Rock

In addition to our fall produce, we offer Sorghum Molasses.

Allen County, KY

Spring Valley Sorghum Mill
Reuben Habegger
269 Strawberry Lane
Scottsville, KY

We are an Old Order Mennonite family using horse power to make our homemade sorghum. We usually begin making sorghum the first week in September. The season typically lasts until about the middle of October. We are located in the Scottsville Mennonite community.

We also have a small farm stand where we sell fall and winter produce, baked goods, jams, jellies, preserves, relishes, pickles, apples and the sorghum cookbook, "Grandma's Pantry."

Highland Produce Community Market & Sorghum Mill 6200 Highland Church Rd.
Highland, KY
Mon-Sat 8-5 PM

This community market is served by and for the local Mennonite Community. From mid-September through mid-October, the community harvests and processes fresh sorghum with a horse-driven mill. There is no phone to call ahead for availability. Please be respectful of the community and drive slow for children, horse and buggies.