History


Our family has a long tradition of making maple syrup. This started in the mid 1800s with Augustus Caesar Brown.

Great-great-grandfather Brown of Beachburg, Ontario was a farmer, builder of covered bridges and octagonal barns, breeder of prize winning Clydesdale horses and a maker of fine maple syrup products.

Today at Deerfield Farms, we carry on this family tradition into a seventh generation.

Felix-Gabriel-Marchand Bridge in Fort Coulonge, Quebec. Built by Augustus Caesar Brown, 1898.