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Kathy Beilke of Wagram Springs Farm near Moorefield set up a display of golden birch syrup and birch products, including birch syrup[...]
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Birch Syrup, an old favourite in the West and Midwest, is making inroads into Ontario and Quebec – traditionally Maple Syrup Central.[...]
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