The Internet has made it possible for maple farms to sell direct to customers everywhere. However, the online market is crowded and itÕs not enough just to put up an e-commerce website. Peter Cooper-Ellis of Hidden Springs Maple covers strategies and pitfalls for using the Internet to market maple products. This presentation also discusses the impact that Amazon is having on the on-line market and strategies for selling on Amazon.
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Maple producers get lower sap yields and reduced profits when they hit stained (brown) wood when tapping.
Presents research on taps and tapping practices to maximize yield. Also explains sap flow and tree wounding.
Methods, tips, and hints to properly filter maple syrup to achieve clarity.
A collection of videos on sugarbush management and sap production.
The importance of managing your woods well for long-term syrup production.
Best practices for filtering pure maple syrup.
An examination of how long-term storage in retail containers impacts maple syrup color.
University of Maine Cooperative Extension educator Kathy Hopkins discusses the best method to safely tap a maple tree.
Demonstration on how to test when sap becomes maple syrup. Different tools are discussed.