If you love the great taste of authentic pure maple syrup and maple specialties made fresh from small local Ohio farms, you’ll always find something to savor at Salo Maple Products.
Traditional harvest: A maple tree is tapped through the bark and into the wood phloem, the sap runs into a bucket, and collected daily.
Processing: Approximately 40 gallons of sap must be boiled down to make one gallon of syrup.
Season: Generally Feb., March, and April
Interesting fact: A hole must be drilled in a new location each year because of the natural healing process of trees, also known as walling-off.