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This year’s season, which began on January 21st, was a short 4 weeks. Unseasonably warm temps in February signaled the trees to chemically change the sap to support bud formation & can no longer used for sugaring. March weather in February & February weather in March, a repeat of the 2017 season. We produced a variety of light, medium & dark syrup totaling 143 gallons. The sap’s sugar content was low and on the average it took 75 gallons of raw sap to produce one gallon of finished syrup.