Bummer: Winter Has Been Tough On Maple Syrup Production

Warmists told us that “climate change” would cause lots of problems with the production of maple syrup. Since they now blame cold on greenhouse gases, I guess they’re right!

(Chatham Daily News) This has not only been a tough winter for all of us, but it has been the same for our maple syrup producers. The maple syrup season is about 2-3 weeks behind normal and the maple trees are frozen to the core and need time to thaw out. Besides that, heavy snowfall is causing issues for the producers to get to the bushes. But the maple syrup season will come.

Maple syrup is truly a Canadian product, as we produce 70% of the total world’s supply. Quebec produces nearly 90% of this, Ontario 10%, while Nova Scotia and New Brunswick produce the remainder.

I blame you for daring to drive a fossil fueled vehicle and taking a shower longer than two minutes.

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2 Responses to “Bummer: Winter Has Been Tough On Maple Syrup Production”

  1. John says:

    In my lifetime maple syrup production has shifted north from Vermont up into Canada the article you cite concerns Canadian rod unction
    Dunning Kruger

  2. gitarcarver says:

    In my lifetime maple syrup production has shifted north from Vermont up into Canada

    Yet the USDA shows Vermont production of maple syrup has increased over the past three years. Maybe you don’t understand the meaning of “shifting?”

    ……you cite concerns Canadian rod unction

    Ummm…. no.

    Just no.

    Like most of your comments, this latest one is factually challenged.

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