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Bascom Maple Farms Inc

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Bascom Maple Farms Inc

56 Sugarhouse Road

Alstead, New Hampshire,03602

United States

Company Description

Bascom Maple Farms is one of the largest producers of pure maple syrup in New England. We are a major supplier of maple products to packers, distributors, manufactures, retailers, and others in the food business. The Bascom farm is located on 2,200 acres hig...more

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From the Commissioner | NH Farms Network - Page 4

newhampshirefarms.net [cached]

Bruce Bascom of Bascom Maple Farms, Inc., in Alstead says the early start to this year's sap run caught a lot of maple producers "with their buckets down.
Last Thursday (2/25) Bascom reported their own operation had already produced 15 percent of their expected crop in just two days, with only 25 percent of their taps in. He expected to have boiled a full 25 percent of expected total production by Friday (2/26) night. "Surprisingly early" is how Bascom described this season of virtually "no winter.


t's Maple Sugaring Time in New Hampshire! | Techdos.com - World Wide Tutorial

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"A good crop depends on a pressure differential in the tree that will help the flow of sap," says Bruce Bascom of Bascom Maple Farms, a syrup broker.


newhampshirefarms.net

Bruce Bascom of Bascom Maple Farms, Inc., in Alstead says the early start to this year's sap run caught a lot of maple producers "with their buckets down.
Last Thursday (2/25) Bascom reported their own operation had already produced 15 percent of their expected crop in just two days, with only 25 percent of their taps in. He expected to have boiled a full 25 percent of expected total production by Friday (2/26) night. "Surprisingly early" is how Bascom described this season of virtually "no winter.


New Hampshire Farms Network - Page 2

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Maple Season off to an Early Start: Bruce Bascom of Bascom Maple Farms, Inc., in Alstead says the early start to this year's sap run caught a... (March 14, 2016)


newhampshirefarms.net

Bruce Bascom of Bascom Maple Farms, Inc., in Alstead says the early start to this year's sap run caught a lot of maple producers "with their buckets down.
Last Thursday (2/25) Bascom reported their own operation had already produced 15 percent of their expected crop in just two days, with only 25 percent of their taps in. He expected to have boiled a full 25 percent of expected total production by Friday (2/26) night. "Surprisingly early" is how Bascom described this season of virtually "no winter. He noted that working in the woods is easy this year with little to no snow on the ground-a major contrast to last year when sugarmakers had to struggle through deep snows and frigid temperatures to put in their taps. Bascoms run 92,000 taps, and expect to make 40,000 gallons of syrup, although final volume will depend on how the rest of the season plays out. Sugar content has been averaging two percent, Bascom said, and so far most all the syrup they have seen-including syrup brought in by Vermont and New Hampshire producers for bulk sale to Bascoms-has been of the top two grades. But dark syrups would not be expected this early, he added. Bascom Maple Farms is one of the largest producers of maple syrup in New England, and also a major supplier of maple products to packers, distributors, manufacturers, retailers and other food businesses. Demand continues very strong for real maple syrup, but wholesale market prices are largely determined by the Canadian supply, which dominates the market. Bulk syrup prices are under pressure from large supplies and favorable Canadian dollar exchange rates that draw more syrup across the border. Currently the top grades of syrup are bringing $2.20/pound delivered, Bascom said, compared to $2.35/pound last year at this time. Christie's firm, Maple Expert Solutions, manufactures reverse-osmosis (RO) and releaser equipment, including the recent sale of a large double RO machines to Bruce Bascom. A civil engineer who grew up in the state's maple industry, Christie builds his machines using off-the-shelf components, unlike others that require expensive proprietary parts for repairs and maintenance. Bascom says their machine operates with a variable-speed drive and converts their single-phase power to three-phase for additional energy efficiency.


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