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Home  >  Marketing, Business & Risk Management  >   Sorghum Syrup (Summary)

Sorghum Syrup



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By Steve Diver and Julia Sampson

Published: 2003

Updated: 2003

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Introduction

Sorghum syrup is a natural sweetener made by processing juice squeezed from the stalks of certain types of sorghum. Sweet sorghum is ideally suited to the small, diversified farm, as the various parts of the plant can be used for livestock or poultry feed, and waste can be composted, in addition to the sorghum syrup produced. This publication discusses some of the equipment and facilities that can be used in sorghum syrup production, and offers sources of additional information.

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