Bette opens the window into their family's farm life, from late night boiling in the sugarhouse, to the heartbreaking story of son David's severe burns from hot sap, to the everyday routine of milking. You'll never think of milk and cheese the same again.
The Silloway Family has been sugaring since 1942 in Randolph Center, Vermont. Tradition pairs with the latest advancements in technology to produce the finest maple syrup and products from the healthiest trees. Our sap is boiled over a traditional wood-fired arch.
Thank you to our friends and Neighbors. So happy to announce that visitors are again welcome at the sugarhouse, for tours, shopping for maple syrup, cream, sugar and candy, and, you're welcome to hike the sugarwoods, bring a picnic, bring your dog and enjoy the great Vermont summertime. You'll see the amazing miles of interconnected saplines, the majestic maples, and a wide variety of wildflowers and ferns. Give a call, 802-272-6249, and we'll meet you at the sugarhouse!
Thank you to our Friends and Neighbors!
ALL RENEWABLE RESOURCES
~ Sap (of course!)
~ Wood Fire
~ Solar Power
~ And thanks to our thoughtful friends and neighbors, we ship all of our maple products packed with recycled bubble wrap. Pass it on!
Join Eva Sollbuger ~ Stuck in Vermont ~ from WCAX and Seven Days as she takes a trek to the Silloway Sugarhouse!