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HACCP Product Description

By: tpritcha

Product Description and forms

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July 15 (Video #13) Substrate Utilization and End Product Formation

By: tpritcha

substrate utilization and end product formation

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Regulations

By: uvmext

Vermont laws governing the production and sale of pure maple syrup grant the authority to regulate to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food and Markets. The regulations that have been developed as a result of those laws cover everything from the ...

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Contest Entry

By: uvmext

Summer is here and for many sugar makers that means maple contest time. Entering syrup in a contest is a great way to show off your product, make sure your syrup meets grading standards and perhaps earn a class winner or best of show ribbon. There...

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EE134 Final Project Demo

By: nclogan

This final project is a product of work done by Noah Logan, Dan Cameron, and Jonathan Saunders.

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Deliberate Contamination, ALERT and Responding to a FBO

By: tpritcha

This video identifies who might try to deliberately contaminate your product, how you can use the ALERT system to prevent such issues and finally what you should do should you suspect a FBO at your facility.

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Karelian Bear Dogs for Wildlife Conservation

By: ytang7

ASCI 097OL1 The World of Working Animals - Final Product - Karelian bear dogs and their impact on ensuring wildlife conservation -YIXUAN TANG

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Meat and Dairy Direct Sales: Navigating Regulations, Licenses, and Aggregation Opportunities (audio only)

By: clherric

This conversation with Center for Sustainable Agriculture Pasture Program Coordinator Jenn Colby and guests Beth Whiting and Bruce Hennessey of Maple Wind Farm, Greg Georgaklis from Farmers to You and staff from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, ...

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Syrup is Complex

By: uvmext

Compared to the relatively simple composition of maple sap, maple syrup has over 130 different identified flavor and aroma compounds. The predominant classes of flavor compounds are phenolics, pyrazines, and carbonyl-based compounds. Typically, li...