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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jan 2014


    I am not exactly sure where you are located but Irving/Circle K in Andover near Belletetes has off road diesel. It’s always about 20cents per gal cheaper than having fuel oil delivered.

    I on on the Warner side of Kearsarge Mountain.


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Deerfield NH


    I'm a bit late to the party. But to echo what others have said. I've seen plenty of people filling up 55 gal drums at off road diesel pumps. The guy behind me the other day was filling plastic drums. I wouldn't go that way seems like they wouldn't have enough heft to them. I have a transfer tank in my truck that has much thicker walls then a drum
    30x40 Sugarhouse
    975 taps here at home. Still have 3-400 to add in.
    3x10 Cabin by the Creek evap with "steamaway"
    CDL 600 RO
    ebayed Sogevac S65

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Merrimack, NH


    Thanks everyone! I was able to get my oil company to come and fill it. Worked out perfectly!
    2020 Upgraded RO to 2 post and 7GBS Gould Pump. 400 taps
    2019 New Smoky Lake 2x6 raised flue, Simplicity Autodraw system, The Maple Guys Maple Jet Filter Press, a beautiful new bride to be my sugaring partner :-)
    2018 Deployed
    2017 Expanded Sugar Shack, new 2x6 with float box, NEXTgen Maple RO, 250+ taps (I hope for 300), still on sap sacks
    2016 New Sugar Shack, 2x6 evaporator, 160 taps, all on Sap Sacks
    2015 Deployed
    2014 110 taps
    2013 35 taps

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Oneida NY


    Keep it plowed to keep the ground frozen and be sure to get a load of fuel before mud season.
    Dave Klish about 1320 taps in '15, downsized after I lost my help, about 450-500 planned for 2021 (and after?)
    2012 Mahindra 36 HP 4x4/ loader/cab/heat/AC:-)
    3x8 raised flue evaporator
    250 GPH converted to electric, RO by Ray Gingerich
    6.32 KW solar system, 1.48KW is battery backed up, all net metered
    website: www.cnymaple.com

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