10am to 12pm, mask required
Purchasing Horner's Corner products at Mill City Farmers Market
Saturday May 2nd 8am-1pm the Mill City Farmers Market reopens with many new measures to protect shoppers and vendors. Please visit:
Please read the rules and details about what to expect at the market.
We will have most of our product line available there for purchase on-site. To speed transactions and minimize contact risks the preferred transactions will be:
1. Pre-ordered Prepaid
2. GooglePay or ApplePay
3. Credit Card
4. Cash - Exact Change (or tip the Farmers)
Our products and prices are listed below. When you submit your order, we will email you an invoice, which needs to be paid by Friday. Please include in your order your contact name, a contact phone number, and a contact email address so we can invoice your purchase and coordinate your delivery with the market staff.
You can email us at aSongOfHands27@gmail.com or call or text to 715-308-2385.
Thanks for your interest in our products, support of our farm, and your patience with this process.
Be Safe and Keep Safe,
Steve, Sandy and Finley Horner
Pure Maple Syrup
Pint (16 oz) Maple Syrup $12
Quart (32 oz) Maple Syrup $20
Half Gallon (64 oz) Maple Syrup $32
Gallon (128 oz) Maple Syrup $60
1 lbs $18
1/2 lbs $10
8 oz $12
Horner's Corner is a maple syrup operation, with apples and pears available in season. We're located about 8 miles north of Boyceville, WI, and have been making maple syrup (even when it was just in pans on a wood fire) for over 25 years. We have maple syrup available in a variety of sizes: 12 oz. in glass, pints in plastic or glass, quarts in glass and plastic, and our best deals, 1/2 gallons in glass or a gallon in plastic. Ask us about pricing. It varies if we're taking it to a farmer's market, are doing bulk sales or you are buying from us here at the farm.
The work starts sometime in January, when Steve and the crew, start tapping the trees. The sap flows when the daytime temperature reaches above 32 degrees and nighttime temperatures fall below freezing. Around these parts, we expect the sap to start flowing sometime in early March. Typically, the season then runs about 4-5 weeks. Last year, we took 40,000 gallons of sap and turned it into maple syrup.
You'll find you can use maple syrup for so many things other than pancakes and waffles. We use it in tea (both hot and iced), oatmeal, in cooking, in yogurt, in making candied nuts, cranberry sauce, cocktails....there's so much you can do.
Look back in the near future for more pictures and additional information about us and our farm!