learning experience "You will Enjoy"
Wheat is known as the "staff of life". Wild wheat was first grown in the
Middle East more than 11,000 years ago. The cultivation of wheat reduced the need
for nomadic tribes to continually travel in search of food.
By 4,000 B.C. wheat farming had spread to Asia, Europe and North Africa. New species
developed as farmers carefully selected the best kernels, for planting the following
year. The high quality wheat grown today by our Páramo farmers is
a vast improvement from the wheat of past generations.
The Venezuela Wheat Museum, El
Viejo Molino (The Olde Mill) is a working Wheat Four Mill where visitors see, and learn about the
production steps which produce the best flour in the world- STONE GROUND WHOLE WHEAT