Hemp farming is among the most profitable agricultural trends for 2019. After the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp is legal to cultivate and sell at a federal level. Although hemp has many applications in modern textile and raw material manufacture, CBD is undoubtedly the epicenter of attention for retailers and wholesalers alike.
Premium hemp-derived CBD can yield a massive ROI if done correctly, so the demand for high CBD hemp biomass is at an all-time high. However, although this situation poses a great opportunity, there are still some things you need to know before selling your CBD hemp biomass. Below, we will analyze some ideas which can help you learn to generate the most profit for by selling your hemp CBD biomass.
In the world of industrial hemp, biomass refers to the organic parts of the hemp plant pre- and post- extraction. The stalks, leaves, seeds, and buds of the plant are all part of the biomass and can be processed further to make textiles or refined CBD products.
One common source of misunderstanding in the hemp business is the definition of hemp biomass since not all parts have the same amounts of CBD. For example, dried CBD bud will be much more valuable to a wholesaler looking to purchase hemp for the production of CBD-rich extracts.
The hemp market provides farmers with an excellent opportunity to maximize profits, but that comes at a price. As expected, the Colorado hemp market works in the same supply/demand principle that affects the rates of biomass. As things stand in 2019, prices for hemp biomass from high CBD cultivars is expected to skyrocket, as demand from retailers and wholesalers increases. This trend started a couple of years ago, but the 2018 Farm Bill drove prices off the charts.
Hemp farmers who want to sell their crop, processing units that make CBD products and wholesalers stand to profit the most out of this continuing trend. If you are looking to buy or sell high-quality CBD hemp, get in touch with our team to schedule a visit to our facilities near Colorado Springs. We’d love to show you around!
According to a study by Cornell University, hemp can yield a profit between $130-700 per acre. However, cultivars high in usable CBD are worth far more, as profits can easily reach $60,000 per acre. Therefore, the first thing to take into account before selling your hemp biomass is its CBD content. According to our experience, most wholesale biomass buyers are searching for hemp with a CBD content of 12-14%.
Hemp oil, CBD isolates and wholesale hemp flower are hot commodities right now, so if you have high CBD hemp biomass, you can potentially earn a lot of money if you play your card right. Here at Industrial Hemp Farms, we only buy and sell cultivars that are naturally high in CBD. Take a look at our selection of hand-reared hemp plants or get in touch with us if you want to sell your hemp biomass.
Brokers are nothing new to the farming world and the hemp industry. In the world of agriculture, brokers are the link between farmers and wholesalers. If we take into account the time needed to harvest and cure hemp, finding and dealing with clients seems almost impossible for farmers. Therefore, an expert broker will attempt to bring the oversupply of hemp biomass in front of as many buyers as possible.
While this sounds great in theory, there are many pros and cons when dealing with hemp brokers. If you want to sell your CBD hemp biomass for the best price, get in touch with us. Whether you already have tons of available biomass or wish to secure your crop with hemp futures contracts, call us at 855-806-4367 or email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here at Industrial Hemp Farms, we are farmers and processors of hemp. All of our plants are cultivated and processed in our 300-acre Oregon facilities in Colorado Springs. We are not brokers, and our core philosophy is to put your needs first. Whether you have a few kilos or a few tons of hemp biomass for sale, please contact us immediately. We will work together to find the best possible price for your products.