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  1. #21
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    I don't think we're at the end of the season. I've had some great runs the last few days. Saw flow will probably stop for a few days and then once we get back into the 20/40 temperatures the flow will start again.
    Jeremy Williams
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    How is everyone's sugar content this year? Mine has run between 1.0 and 1.4. According to my records, much lower than last year.
    Jeremy Williams
    "In the deep dark hills
    of Eastern Kentucky."

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    I didn't measure it but , mine seems to be pretty good or at least the amount of finished syrup exceeded my expectations.

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    esetter, I'm glad that your season has gone well!
    Jeremy Williams
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    I believe the fat lady has sang down here. Im afraid by the time we another cold snap the maples will be budded out. How bout up there?

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    esetter, I think things are slowly coming to an end, if it hasn't already for me.
    Jeremy Williams
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    of Eastern Kentucky."

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    Looks like the 2019 maple season is finished or nearly finished. I pulled our taps yesterday. I'm hearing that others across the SE portion of KY completing their last evaporation or have already cleaned things up for the year.
    Jeremy Williams
    "In the deep dark hills
    of Eastern Kentucky."

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    Trees are budded out here.

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