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    Default 2019 Quebec production

    The Federation has announced 2019 estimated production at a bit over 159 million pounds. This would be a new record.

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    Due to expansion or a good crop?
    3,100 taps
    60 cfm flood
    HC2
    5 by 14 oil

    Brian

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    I think both but my high school french is way behind me.

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    here's their info in english, from their press release: PRESS RELEASE For immediate release QUEBEC MAPLE SYRUP An outstanding 2019 harves tLongueuil, June 12, 2019 – A late spring and cold temperatures did not interfere with MotherNature’s generosity. This year Quebec’s 7,400 maple syrup businesses harvested more than 159 million pounds of maple syrup. That’s an average of 3.43 pounds per tap. According to theQuebec Maple Syrup Producers, that’s reason to celebrate.A much better season than last year In 2018 the season was subpar overall, with yields that varied tremendously from one maple syrupregion to the next. Against all odds, Quebec’s producers overcame a late start to produce 41 million pounds more maple syrup than last year

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    And Wal-Mart around here in Quebec sale Decacer dark syrup 540ml can for $4.88cad
    at 0.75 exchange this equal US $3.66 per can or $25.65 per US gallons

    https://decacer.com/en/
    200 Buckets 2015
    14 x 16 Cabane à sucre
    2 x 5 Cantin evaporator

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    A more useful number would be the average price per unit received by the producer. I see no point in working so hard to produce more and more just to receive slave wages.

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