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New Hampshire's Maple Producers take great pride in the high quality of their world-famous maple products.
From mid-February to mid-April, they tap their sugar maple trees and boil the sweet sap over blazing hot fires until it turns into maple syrup, also known as "New Hampshire's Gold."
Visit a sugar house during the maple season and learn how this ancient tradition is carried on today! Many sugar houses are open year round selling their pure maple syrup and maple candies, sugars and creams.
Call for a free list of statewide sugar houses or see them online at our website, www.nhmapleproducers.com.
Freezing nights and warm sunny days create the pressure needed within the trees for a good sap harvest.
It takes approximately forty gallons of sap to make one gallon of pure maple syrup!
The maple season runs approximately 4 to 6 weeks and is entirely dependent on the weather.
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