Industrial Hemp Farming Begins Today in Colorado

This morning, at around 10 A.M., Ryan Loflin will begin planting hemp across 60 acres of his family’s farm in Springfield, Colorado.

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Hundreds of hemp seeds will be returned to the ground today in the beginning of the re-integration of industrialized hemp farming across the nation.

The event will be attended by local news stations, the Associated Press and a film crew, which will be recording footage for the upcoming documentary “Hemp in America: The Revolution and Hemp Canada: Seeds of Growth”. Hemp, Inc. will be one of the Executive Producers of the two-part documentary, to be directed by┬áDiana Oliver (also known for the film “Hempsters Plant the Seed”). Hemp, Inc. CEO Bruce Perlowin expressed excitement over the project, stating “This is monumental for our industry. It will unlock a clean industrial revolution that will be good for the economy, good for jobs and good for the environment.”

Loflin, owner of Rocky Mountain Hemp, Inc., intends to install a press for squeezing the oil from the hemp seeds, and plans to experiment with various seed strains, in order to maximize the amount of oil produced. “I believe this is really going to revitalize and strengthen farm communities”, said Loflin.

This event marks the beginning of the re-integration of industrialized hemp into our country, and signifies a monumental step towards nationwide hemp cultivation. Snippets of the event are planned to air on www.hemp.com, along with interviews and behind-the-scenes coverage of the documentary.

– TheJointBlog

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  1. Excellent post. I will be facing a ffew of these issues as well..

    • john on May 25, 2013 at 10:01 pm
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    Can anyone tell me where he got the seeds?

    • Ras Abdalla Tafari Wadada on May 24, 2013 at 3:22 am
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    Great News for God’s Plant and the Growers…….this will certainly Boost the US economy

    • Bo on May 13, 2013 at 12:33 pm
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    Not sure he should be so loud and noisy when it comes to announcing. Makes for a perfect Fed target……
    Best of luck to him…..

    • Lana Mertz on May 13, 2013 at 11:51 am
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    I think its GREAT that the farmers want to grow HEMP!!! We need it for many reasons, my reason being I’m on HEMP OIL because I have Rectal Cancer. It’s not a fun disease at all. The HEMP OIL helps me to be able to have a BM,other wise I end up having to pick it out of me. It has to come out, or it can turn toxic and make you deathly ill, or even kill you! The guy that donated 4 HEMP OIL Treatments for me, is right now in jail for a small amount of Marijuana! Now what do I do to get my HEMP OIL Treatment? I don’t want to die! I want to go to the Rectal Doctor and hear those words that its GONE!!! Is there any one out there that can donate HEMP OIL to me?!? I really need it!!! GROW HEMP!!!

    • Harry on May 13, 2013 at 11:02 am
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    Oil, plastics and paper industry can convert to processing hemp and make more money. The logging industry can use all there clear cut land and grow commercial hemp and sell it to the oil, plastics and paper industry. It is a win win for all. Look at all the people the die every year in the logging industry Fatality rate for loggers per 100,000 workers: 92 in 2011! Growing commercial hemp would be a lot safer.

    • steve on May 13, 2013 at 8:13 am
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    One day all this will be old news,it would be now if Hearst didn’t lie and put sh*t in his newspaper but it is time now no more hiding iit is gonna be done right,it will be a respectable business just as corn,and when we get to full processing there will be millions to make,some hate that,some like it,a shift in power sorta,,

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