VT Makes 41% of 2011 US syrup production

In 2011 VT made 1.1 million gallons of pure Vermont maple syrup. This is the most made in the state since 1944. It’s incredible that we made that much syrup way back then! Imagine the amount of labor and fuel involved in 1944. I doubt even the most boastful sugarmakers (of which there are few) would deny the labor is as hard as it was. The equipment is certainly much more efficient. Expect more in the future on how sugaring technology has dramatically changed production over the last few decades.

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