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Welcome to Osborne Family Maple!  

We make pure Vermont maple syrup in the heart of the remote region of Vermont known as the “Northeast Kingdom.”  Our sugarhouse is located in the sparsely populated town of Ferdinand, where moose outnumber people three to one.

A Family Business  Since the late 1930s, four generations have patiently managed the land, resulting in the 4,000-tap sugarbush we have today.

Why Organic?  As certified organic producers, we manage our woods for biodiversity, in addition to sap production, to promote a healthy forest ecosystem that is more resilient to the threats posed by non-native pests and invasive plants. Annual inspections of our woods and sugarhouse ensure that all aspects of sap collection and syrup production meet, or exceed, the food safety requirements of organic certification.

Check out Our Web Specials  Our Maple Syrup Web Specials, seen below,  are designed to deliver the most syrup for the least shipping cost anywhere in the U.S. using USPS Flat-Rate Shipping boxes. Visit our Shop to choose from other options.  Please contact us for specialty items and custom orders.

We Provide Quality and Great Customer Service  We take great pride in our maple syrup. Only the finest batches of our single-source maple syrup make it into our hand-numbered private-label containers. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoy making it!


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