CameronAsa
Hi I have been looking around for forums like this and going out on a whim and hoping this is a good place to start. In my family we own 600+ acres of prime time farm land in West Tennessee. We have been growing Soy Beans on the land since the 90s, but its not that great of a crop anymore especially with trump and tariffs. We are very interested in starting hemp for the 2020 farming season. We either 1. want to outsource the land or 2. find farmers who know what they are doing that we can hire and get the show on the road. 

Contact me with any questions. Cameron@DivinityLA.com
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industrialhempusa
Hey Cameron,

Networking and meeting others in the industry will be the best way to accomplish your goals, however a great farmer is a great farmer so I wouldn’t count them out if they don’t have cannabis specific experiences but are up for a challenge. There is an extension seminar September 12th in Jackson that I would suggest you come to. I also think knowing you previously specialized in row cropping that fiber may be something for you to look into. The profit margin is not close to CBD but the market may not be as saturated as CBD. With so much supply being created I always advise a top down approach to the market at this time. This means try to find an already established company either already producing hemp products or looking to diversify their current product line. Keep in mind this a highly volatile market and regulations are still unclear from FDA and USDA on CBD specifically.
Hempster @IndustrialHempUSA
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Antonio Smith
between the weeds, the bugs, irrigation, planting, monitoring, harvesting, storage, market; that's a lot of bird seed!
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that would be a lot of herb.need a lot of poop! I am game!! I can at least help sculpt a road map! GARGANTUAN
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Antonio Smith
https://www.clemson.edu/extension/industrial-hemp.html
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Antonio Smith
https://www.agweb.com/article/growing-hemp-for-cbd-seed-or-fiber
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