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End of 2024 Season?

03/10/2024 | Posted by jake |

The season that started strong may be coming to an early end. We usually run until late March/early April, but this year the last sap run may have been March 5th! We’ll know for sure tomorrow evening if this weekend’s freeze is enough to rejuvenate old tap holes that just experienced a week of warm temperatures and no freezing nights. If the sap tastes good we’ll continue on, with the possibility of re-tapping later in the week if the extended forecast looks good. If the sap tastes bad we’ll throw in the towel. The trees are close to budding, which changes the flavor for the worse. Check out the picture of a small yard maple with swollen buds starting to flower. We’re currently at 90% of a crop so the season has been a success. Even with more sap than average the total amount of syrup produced has been lower due to low sugar content in the area this year.

Black Walnut Syrup

02/27/2024 | Posted by jake |

We took a break this weekend and the boys helped us tap a black walnut tree! Not much sap yet, it may be a bit early in the year still. We’re saving what we get in the freezer and will boil it down on the stove when we have time next month, we’ll post back later with a report on the taste!


2024 Sap Update

02/12/2024 | Posted by jake |

What a great start to 2024! We’ve already passed the 200,000 gallon mark for sap collected and it’s only February 12th, some years we’re not even fully tapped at this point yet! While the tap holes will surely slow down a little as they age, it will be very difficult to not make a whole crop this year.