- Wisconsin's maple syrup season saw success in 2015.
Maple syrup production rose 14 percent compared to last year.
The total production was 215,000 gallons.
That amount is the second highest ever for the state behind 2013.
Newswatch 12 visited Whataview Farm in Phelps in March.
They had a great season and are excited to supply its customers.
"Being a small producer that I am, many years we sell out," Jackl's Whataview Farm Owner John Jackl said. "So we run out of syrup before everybody is happy, so hopefully in a year like this when we have more syrup to sell, we don't run out before next season starts."
Wisconsin was the fourth largest producer of maple syrup in 2015 behind Vermont, New York, and Maine.
While the state may never produce the amount of New York or Vermont, the number of taps increased by 60,000.
Wisconsin set an all-time record high for taps of 760,000.
"We're pretty confined to the northern half of the state with maple trees, so we'll never equal New York or Vermont but we produce what we can and I think more people are getting into it," Jackl said.
You can find plenty of stores in the Northwoods selling local pure maple syrup.