Maple Bush in Summer

Maple Bush in Summer

The Sugar Maple Trees

Over the years, the sugar bush on Owls Landing Farm has grown to over 500 taps. We look forward to sugaring every spring with much anticipation. We all enjoy the season even though it is hard work sometimes with a lot of winter time challenges!

Making Syrup

The syrup making process is a series of steps that starts in the woods and ends in the sugarhouse. It is a four-step process:

  1. Ongoing management of the forest for maple syrup production
  2. Tapping maple trees and collecting maple sap
  3. Boiling the sap into maple syrup
  4. Filtering and packaging maple syrup
Management of the forest maple syrup

Management of the forest

Boiling the Sap to Syrup

Boiling the Sap to Syrup

Filtering the Syrup

Filtering the Syrup

Packing Maple Syrup Owls Landing Farm

Packing Maple Syrup

Syrup is available in New York State approved grades at the farm. We usually have syrup available year round.

  • Golden Color (Delicate Taste)
  • Amber Color (Rich Taste)
  • Dark Color (Robust Taste)
  • Very Dark Color (Strong Taste)
 Sap Evaporation to Syrup

Sap Evaporation to Syrup

Wood for Maple Season

Wood for Maple Season

Maple Making on Wood

Maple Making on Wood

Sap Tanks

Sap Tanks

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Smiling Face

Selling Sizes for Maple Syrup

How many apples do you want? What variety? We offer our apples in a variety of selling sizes to fit your needs and tastes:

  • Pints
  • Quarts
  • Half Gallons
  • Gallons

In whatever grades the Season brings

Lewis County Maple Producers Association​

Lewis County Maple Producers Association

Website: Lewis County Maple Producers Association