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Tap Ten Trees the Easy Way with the Taps & Tubes Kit.

Talk about easy, peasy, lemon squeezy! The Taps & Tube Kit has already done half of the work for you – 5/16” spiles are connected to the tubes which are cut to length and ready to go. All you really need to do is drill the hole, insert the tap, and thread the tubing into your bucket or [...]

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How to Use the Sap Sack.

When I first went into the woods with the sap sack kit, I was a bit skeptical. I was wondering how this large plastic bag would possibly hold a few gallons of sap. After the first day, though, I’m a believer! Not only is the sack super-durable but the design of the holder makes it super easy to assemble [...]

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How Does the Bucket and Spile Combo Work?

This is one great all-in-one kit that holds a lot of sap, is very lightweight, and is easy to handle. Plus the blue color really shows up well in the woods. Once you’ve drilled your taphole, putting this bucket in place is as easy as 1-2-3.Step One: Insert the blue spile and gently tap on the upper knob. Do [...]

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How to Tap a Maple Tree.

Now here’s another reason I love the sugarmaking hobby . . . it’s one of the few things in life that give such a sweet reward for a simple step. Sure, the boiling process is a little more time-consuming. But, tapping trees? It really doesn’t get much easier!Here’s what you’re going to need (by the way, the spiles, [...]

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