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Maasdam Sorghum

The Maasdam family has been producing dark, fragrant, and healthful sorghum syrup since 1926. Now in its seventh generation, the family grows sweet sorghum on the family farm in Lynnville.

One of the only surviving sorghum mills in Iowa, the Maasdam operation started at a time when many more Iowa farmers made syrup from home-grown cane for home use. More

 

this is a photograph of l.j. maasdam, founder of maasdam sorghum mills in lynville iowa


    
L.J. Maasdam

     Founder, Maasdam Sorghum Mills

 



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Maasdam Sorghum Mills
(sorghum syrup)

6495 E. 132nd St. S.

Lynnville, Iowa 50153

641.594.4369
Fax: 641.594.4368

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this is a photograph of a young child looking at newly emerging sorghum plants in a field this is a photograph of a sorghum field this is a photograph of a crushing and separating machine processing sorghum stalks this is a photograph of sorghum after it is processed this is a photograph of a jar of sorghum syrup


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