Survival Kitchen–An Excellent Pail for Grain Storage

            Below is a video that describes an excellent pail and resealable lid for storing grain or other food.  I think you’ll be as impressed as I am.  You’ll see from the video that you can buy these pails from Miller’s Grain House. You can click here to go directly to the Miller’s Grain House Bucket Store.

 

            I do ask a small favor from you. When you e-mail Donna Miller at millersgrainhouse@gmail.com, please include DestinySurvival in the subject line.  If you call the number on her Web site, please mention DestinySurvival, especially if you buy the pails or anything else on her site. This is one little way we can work together to help each other survive what’s going on in our crazy world.

 

 

 

 

Click here for more about these food storage buckets.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

5 thoughts on “Survival Kitchen–An Excellent Pail for Grain Storage”

  1. First, I want to thank John for asking to put the video up! Thank you, John.

    We did get an order mentioning ‘destinysurvival’ the very first day he posted it.

    It is really our mission/ministry to help people prepare for what may be some trying times ahead. It’s not about hording or panic, but about Peace and preparedness…being able to share with those in need and teach those who need to learn what to do. You can’t out-smart or out-plan fear, but you can turn that over to God and prepare. That’s what we are about.

    LOVE this site and so happy to be working with others in preparedness!

    Best Blessings!

    Donna Miller Owner,

    Millers Grain House

  2. It’s a nice bucket but it’s the wrong shape. I need square or rectangular containers that stack. These are more space-efficient than round buckets. Until I can find a good storage system, the plastic margarine tubs will have to do.

    1. Lehman’s has 4 gallon square buckets. If you go to Lehmans.com and type PlasticBucket in their search box, it will bring up the page where they’re featured.

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