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    Default 2023 Bulk Pricing

    Anyone hearing anything on what bulk pricing will be looking like for this season? Iíve heard from multiple folks in VT that prices will be down compared to last year, approximately down 6.5%.
    825 Taps
    2 HP CDL Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump
    2000 Gallon Poly Tank
    H2O Electric Releaser

    2023- 825 taps 17325 gallons of sap
    2022- 800 taps 12375 gallons of sap
    2021- 350 taps 3815 gallons of sap

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    The prices I received were $2.30 gd $2.30 ar $2.20 dr $2.00 vd pg $1.30 ropey .75

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    We are Paying 2.40 for all grades.
    Seldom Seen Farm
    Montville Ohio.
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    I just got a price list from Countryside Hdwe in De Ruyter, NY, they buy by appointment only for one of the big buyers. They will be buying May 1-May 15, 2.30, 2.30, 2.20, 2.00, 1.30, pumpable /ropey .75, will not buy unpumpable. Organic, with documentation +.20 for golden thru Processing.
    Dave Klish, I recently ordered a 2x6 wood fired evaporator from A&A Sheet Metal which I will be converting to oil fired
    Now have solar, 2x6 finish pan, 5 bank 7x7 filter press, large water jacketed bottler, and tankless water heater.
    Recently bought another Gingerich RO, this one was a 125, but a second membrane was added thus is a 250, like I had.
    After running a 2x3, a 2x6, 3x8 tapping from 79 taps up to 1320 all woodfired, now I'm going to a 2x6 oil fired and a 200-425 taps.

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    Ive never sold bulk, never had enough, are these prices per pound?
    2024 - 57 Gallons - Short season, many and varied problems remedied in short order! - No buckets!
    2023 - 38 Gallons - RO broke, Buckets didn't run, rebuilt vacuum pump mid-season, still made good syrup!
    2022 - 52 Gallons - DIY RO, 50% less fuel, no late nights in the shack!
    2021 - 48 Gallons - new pans, new arch, lots of new taps and tubing
    2020 - 32 Gallons
    2019 - 27 Gallons

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    yes, per pound. I only sold B grade and off flavor in bulk, but I have purchased from local producers in bulk since 2018, when my season was cut short because of major surgery.
    Last edited by maple flats; 04-26-2023 at 06:58 PM.
    Dave Klish, I recently ordered a 2x6 wood fired evaporator from A&A Sheet Metal which I will be converting to oil fired
    Now have solar, 2x6 finish pan, 5 bank 7x7 filter press, large water jacketed bottler, and tankless water heater.
    Recently bought another Gingerich RO, this one was a 125, but a second membrane was added thus is a 250, like I had.
    After running a 2x3, a 2x6, 3x8 tapping from 79 taps up to 1320 all woodfired, now I'm going to a 2x6 oil fired and a 200-425 taps.

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