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keygen per office 2013 professional plus This festival is Homestead’s way of continuing the community tradition with their annual sorghum harvest. They hand cut the 10-to-14-foot-tall cane grown on the rich river-bottom soil and haul them to their sorghum mill, the website said. There, they feed the raw cane stalks through a 100-year-old horse/mule-powered press. After squeezing the cane, they allow the juice to settle for two to three hours in a stainless steel holding tank before channeling it downhill via gravity flow to the sorghum house, where they cook it over a wood fire. The green juice bubbles and boils its way between the baffles of the hot, 12-foot-long pan. As the excess water evaporates, the juice makes its way to the far end of the pan where it becomes a thick, sweet, golden-brown syrup ready for bottling.