Among the many attractions of scenic Brown County, Indiana, are its sugar cane (actually sorghum) fields. In the fall, when the cane is harvested, Pat and Bill Watkins of the Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill use a horse-powered wheel-press (actually a roller mill) to transform it into sorghum molasses (actually syrup). At their Sorghum Mill, you can buy bottles of this good molasses as well as all kinds of put-up jellies, jams and preserves.
The mill itself can be seen to the left of the building.
By Parabellum @ 2010-05-23 08:00:58