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The History of Jorns' Sugar Bush

In The spring of 1987, Roland had Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson honor the maple industry by officially opening the maple season by tapping the first tree at Jorns' Sugar Bush.

In many industries people sometimes like to cut quality and grades for larger profits, but not here at Jorns' Sugar Bush. We strive to bring you the lightest color and the most perfect syrup possible despite pressures from a few other producers to popularize the darker and lower grades

We presently can process 600 gallons of raw sap per hour. Sap leaving the tree will be processed into syrup in less than 24 hours, resulting in a high quality, light syrup.

Jorns' Sugar Bush serves farm markets, roadside stands, restaurants, and stores throughout the midwest and has shipped syrup to nearly every corner of the world. The Jorns' Sugar Bush factory & store is open year-round. During the sap run, usually from March 1st to April 15th, we invite visitors to come and join in the historic experience of maple syrup making.

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Gov. Tommy Thompson and Roland Jorns
WI Gov. Tommy Thompson tapping the first maple of the season

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Jorns' Sugar Bush
4518 County T
Egg Harbor, WI 54209
(920)868-3161

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