New Hampshire Maple Sugaring N.H. Maple Syrup - Maple Products - NH Maple Producers by Region
The NH maple sugaring season usually starts about mid-February and ends around mid-April. How well and long the season is depends greatly on the weather. New Hampshire Maple Producers usually produces about 90,000 gallons of maple syrup in a given season. Considering that it takes forty gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup that is alot of sap. If you would like to feature your NH Maple Sugarhouse, Pancake Parlor, Maple Products or Made in New Hampshire items in NHLiving.com, please contact us.
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Maple Sap is collected when the pressure from a maple tree thawing reaches a certain level. It allows the sap to flow or seep from the small holes made in the tree trunk to collect the sap. The pressure level that is needed is created when the tree freezes and thaws. Thus warm days and cold nights make for the best maple sugaring conditions.
Maple syrup is produced mostly in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. Visit a New Hampshire Maple Sugarhouse for interesting tour and an oportunity to purchase 100%, pure and natural maple syrup or other maple products from a New Hampshire Maple Producer. NH Maple Producers tend to be very friendly and may even in you to see first hand how maple syrup is made.