Livingston Farms

Maple Syrup

Fresh Maple Syrup will soon be here for 2017.

Pure Maple Syrup – Prices as of April 1, 2014

Plastic Jugs

$50.00  – Gallonjug

$28.00  – Half Gallon

$17.00  – Quart

$9.00  – Pint

$6.00 –  Half Pint

$3.00  – 3.4 oz



Maple Leaf Glass  $3.00 – 50 ml,   $4.00 – 100 ml,          $8.50 – 250 ml,  $12.50 – 500ml,  $17.00 – 750 ml



Horizon Glass $8.00 – 250 ml




Tarquinia Glass  $4.00 – 100ml, $8.00 – 250 ml

This year we also have darker Grade B syrup which is commonly used for cleansing.

You can purchase our Maple Syrup here at the farm and the St. Johns Farmers Market in the summer months.  Locally, our Maple Syrup and Mint Oils are used in chocolate making and for sale at OhMi Organics as well as for sale at Uncle John’s Cider MillThe Country Store and Kurt’s Appliance Center in St. Johns, Fabiano’s Pizza and Deli in Grand Ledge and Amazin’ Mitten in Frankenmuth.

Our Maple Syrup is also served at Morning Star Cafe in Grand Haven, Michigan.

Looking for a unique wedding favor? We offer quantity discounts and can also get a variety of glassware, sizes  and personalized labels to bottle the syrup in.

Maple Leaf 50 ml and 3.4 oz Jug                                    Maple Leaf and Tarquinia 100 ml

1-100  –  $3.00/each                                                                          1-100  –  $4.00/each

101-200  –  $2.90/each                                                                 101-200  –  $3.90/each

201 and up  –  $2.80/each                                                      201 and up   –  $3.80/each

Please contact us in advance to discuss large orders and volume pricing.  To place an order for maple syrup please call or email us and be sure to include your address so we can calculate shipping charges at the lowest rate possible.

Livingston Farms has been producing pure maple syrup since the first tree was tapped in 1902.  We strive to produce a quality product with a “sweet” disposition.  When the sap is running, visitors are welcome to come out and watch the evaporation process in action.


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