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    Default Tapping In Wolcott

    Anyone still tapping? I did get a late start but the next few weeks looks to be promising. It has been another crazy and unpredictable season, like last year. Thanks.

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    better late than never. i put another 66 taps out 3/7 during the onset of the blizzard. crazy year for sure.
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    I boiled today with good results, or at least average to the content I've been getting this year. This past freeze and snow has definitely sparked some last minute tapping. I tapped 10 new trees and the opposite side of 4 of my larger trees and they are running well. Still snow here in North East CT, and more expected on Tuesday. The long range forecast looks pretty good too! Having a blast, and can't figure any of it out!

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    Default Tapping In Wolcott

    Quote Originally Posted by khuberpt View Post
    Anyone still tapping? I did get a late start but the next few weeks looks to be promising. It has been another crazy and unpredictable season, like last year. Thanks.

    With the freeze & snow we are getting right now better late then never.


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