This information was assembled to assist State and Provincial Maple Producer Associations in developing and offering a simple hydrometer accuracy-checking program for their members.
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Research shows that signs are the most effective means of communication. This article offers tips on how to make the best signs to attract people to your sugarhouse.
A compilation of all publicly-available data on syrup production.
Regardless of the availability and guidance provided, maple producers should clearly understand that the use of isopropyl alcohol in maple tubing systems anywhere in the United States is a violation of federal law.
Some producers are willing to open up their sugarhouse doors to show the buying public how we make the sweet treat. Repeat customers know the quality of product produced, but for many consumers the operation’s aesthetics are critical to their purchasing habits.
Average annual percentage rates of change (APR) in maple syrup prices (average gallon equivalent price in the United States) in seven northeastern United States and their aggregated region were determined for the years 1916 to 2012. The price trend lines were then compared on state-by-state and region-by-state basis.
How and why to code your products for traceability.
Entering a maple syrup/confection contest is a fun activity that can lead to assurance that you are producing the highest quality product possible.