"In the interest and well being of all involved, the NSSPPA has cancelled its annual meeting, which was scheduled in February 2021. In our ongoing effort to keep the membership informed, the pamphlets pictured are being combined into a book. This book will be made available to active members in the first quarter of 2021. Be sure your dues are current. An application form is included in the meeting cancellation letter for your use. New members will receive a copy upon joining the NSSPPA"
There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about sweet sorghum production and processing. We hope you enjoy our site and please contact any of the National Executive Officers listed below or any of the Board Members with any questions about sweet sorghum.
Click on the name of one of the producers to watch a brief video about each operation.
The Old Glade Antique Tractor Association, located at Fairview Farm in Abingdon Virginia, makes and sells sorghum syrup each year as a fundraiser. This is how it was done in 2020.
Ronald Jenkins of Bruce, MS uses innovative machines to harvest, strip, cut and transport sorghum cane and produce his much in demand product at his home operation.
The Hatley family has been cooking Sorghum syrup at the family farm in Beirne, Arkansas for over 100 years.
Raising sweet sorghum and making sorghum syrup with the "Next Sorghum Gang".
Award winning sweet sorghum syrup made in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
11620 Main St.
Jeffersonville, KY 40337
4817 Walkers Farm Road
Hillsborough, NC 27278
30 Foxfire Dr.
Taylorsville, NC 28681
(l-r): Phillip Walker Vice President; Danny Townsend 2nd Place;
Chris Williams 3rd Place; Jeff Morrow 1st Place.