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  1. #1
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    Default Sap tap app.

    Is it still out there? I canít find any longer.
    1960 - 1970s 70 taps on galvanized buckets with Dad and Grandpa.
    1970s - 1985 Acted crazy!
    1986 - 2005 20-30 buckets.
    2006- 2017 70 buckets and bags
    2017-2019 100 bags and buckets
    2020 Finally retired!!! 75 buckets, 50-75 on tubing. RO Bucket, New 12 X 16 Shack and a 42X42 flat pan.
    2021-Adding another 125 taps along with a second RO bucket.
    2022- Shooting for 350 taps, with 100 on lines.
    Lots of Family and Friends and dogs named Skyy and Nessy!

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    Go to saptapapp.com that's how I found it this year
    2021- 125 taps on 3/16 gravity. New smokey lake 2x6 continues flow and new 12x16 sugar shack. Come on sugar season

    2020- 50 taps on gravity 11 gallons made. Had to end the season early due to family health issues

  3. #3
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    I was on it yesterday.
    2004 - 2012 2x3 flat pan 25 to 60 taps
    2012 2x3 new divided pan w/draw off 55 taps
    2018 - didn't boil surgery - bought new evaporator
    2019 new SML 2x4 raised flue high output evap. 65 taps
    made 17 gal syrup
    2020 - only put out 53 taps - made 16.25 gal syrup
    2021 - going for 50 bags and 50 on tubing

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    Found it. Thanks guys. I was looking g for an app not a .com.
    1960 - 1970s 70 taps on galvanized buckets with Dad and Grandpa.
    1970s - 1985 Acted crazy!
    1986 - 2005 20-30 buckets.
    2006- 2017 70 buckets and bags
    2017-2019 100 bags and buckets
    2020 Finally retired!!! 75 buckets, 50-75 on tubing. RO Bucket, New 12 X 16 Shack and a 42X42 flat pan.
    2021-Adding another 125 taps along with a second RO bucket.
    2022- Shooting for 350 taps, with 100 on lines.
    Lots of Family and Friends and dogs named Skyy and Nessy!

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    Does this app work well?
    3500 taps, vacuum.

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    I love it. I used it when it was free and used it alot. I didn't get it last year and regretted it. I've purchased it for this year and sign on daily. The owner of the app is super helpful and responds very quickly if there are any issues. My location marker wasn't showing up and he addressed it quickly.

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    Walpole, NH
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    What does it do?
    Sugaring for 45+ years
    New Sugarhouse 14'x32'
    New to Me Algier 2'x8' wood fired evaporator
    225 Sugar Maples Currently,(105 on 3/16" and 110 on Shurflo 4008 vacuum, 10 gravity), (16,000 before being disabled)
    1947 Farmall H and Wagon with gathering tank
    2012 Kubota with forks to move wood around

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    It has a couple maps that will show you other people's locations and if they are logging how much sap they're getting, you can click on their marker to see the details. You input your own sugarbush info and can download the info you enter. The sap flowcaster section shows you for your area if it looks like sap will flow. You can also enter how much syrup you make. The more info entered, the better the app will work down the road. And it tells you the temperature to make syrup for the day. It uses the barometric pressure to calculate it. I find it neat to compare with others.

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