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This isn't Ontario, Quebec, Vermont or Novs Scotia. This is Sasktchewan, just a few miles from Radville, to be exact. These are Manitoba maple trees.  Unlike their Sugar cousins, the ratio of syrup is 40:1 instead of 20:1. So, the return is not high. Apparently the finished product isn't quite as sweet as what you'll find in stores, but it is maple syrup nonetheless. A cottage industry in the making?
This isn’t Ontario, Quebec, Vermont, or Nova Scotia. This is Sasktchewan, just a few miles from Radville, to be exact. These are Manitoba maple trees. Unlike their Sugar cousins, the ratio of syrup is 40:1 instead of 20:1. So, the return is not high. Apparently the finished product isn’t quite as sweet as what you’ll find in the maple syrup sold in stores, but it is maple syrup nonetheless. A cottage industry in the making? March 22, 2015.
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