Friday, January 15, 2016

Tap My Trees Giveaway!

Giveaway begins Friday, January 14th at 12:00pm central time and ends Friday, January 22nd at 11:59 pm central time. Winner will be announced on Facebook Saturday January 23rd and contacted via the provided email. Good luck everyone!
This kit includes the following supplies:

  • 3 Aluminum (2 gallon) Buckets: Bucket is used to collect the sap as it drips from the spile. Made from aluminum with reinforced hole to hang bucket.
  • 3 Metal Lids: Lids prevent rain, snow, and foreign material from entering the bucket.
  • 3 Spiles: Stainless steel spile (tap) is inserted into drilled hole to transfer sap into the bucket
  • 3 Hooks: Hooks are attached to spile and used to hang the bucket.
  • Maple Sugaring at Home book: This guide provides step-by-step instruction (complete with pictures) to tap your maple trees. Includes information on how to identify your maple trees, how to tap trees, collection and storage of sap, uses for maple sap including how to make maple syrup, and frequently asked questions.
  • 1 Drill Bit: 7/16 drill bit with 3/8 shank used to drill tap hole into your maple tree.
  • Cheesecloth: Used to filter any solids (such as pieces of bark) when transferring sap from the collection bucket to a storage container.

You can view the full review and unboxing of the Sugaring Starter Kit HERE:

GOOD LUCK!

Enter Competition

12 comments :

  1. thanks for the opportunity to win this prize pack , would so love to win , and start tapping

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  2. Yep - we have some amazing old maple trees in the yard, and two years ago we tapped them and made our first ever maple syrup!

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  3. I have tapped Maples before with friends but this year we are going to try Sycamores.

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  4. Very exciting -- this will be the first year we try to tap our trees!

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  5. We've been talking about doing this since we have 3 huge maples. Would be a great to win this kit!

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  6. Never made maple syrup but would love to try!

    - Judth

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  7. This will be our third year making syrup. I can hardly wait!

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  8. Have never tried making maple syrup before. We are trying to go more natural with our food choices by growing and making as much of our own as possible.

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  9. This is what i need. I already did the research as to what kind of maples we have on our property!

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  10. Great giveaway. Tapping our tree's is something I have been hoping to try.

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  11. Just tapped my first trees of the season today. Have about 30 more taps to put out, then itll be "tapped out"

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