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Weather's fine for Maple Festival

Plenty of fine syrup this year; new tap design helps glean sap

Jane Amon, left, and Susan Bennett of Richmondville are pulled by their pony Princess in the 46th annual Schoharie County Maple Festival parade on Main Street in Cobleskill Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Jane Amon, left, and Susan Bennett of Richmondville are pulled by their pony Princess in the 46th annual Schoharie County Maple Festival parade on Main Street in Cobleskill Saturday.
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Radiant sunshine and warm temperatures helped bring out hundreds of people for the 46th Annual Schoharie County Maple Festival Saturday. Michael Broadwell, owner of M&M Maple Farms, sold maple syrup, maple cream and maple candies at his table for the event at the Cobleskill Fairgrounds. He said all of the bad weather preceding the festival, which included cold nights but mildly warm days, helped him produce 213 gallons of maple syrup, the highest total in ...


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