Our farm is a main supplier of Tomatoes and Cucumbers to major food product manufacturers. When you eat Tomato based Soup, Ketchup and Pickels it is likely it came from our farm.

Hemp is our base biomaterial that generates a matrix of value chain products and benefits.

--- Protein, Omega 3 and 6, CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN Oils, Balms, Lotions, CBD and CBG Flower, Tinctures, Chipped Hemp Fiber, Biochar/carbon and the future of Hemp Graphene is coming

Farm - 700 Acre Parcel

Products - The Farm (Tomatoes & Cucumbers are the main crop) Hemp is grown to provide necessary health based extracted oils, flower, protein, fiber to product manufacturers. Based in four Counties; Contra Costa, Napa, Sacramento and San Joaquin.

Mission Statement

Hemp-Ag Inc is developing renewable resources and environmental stewardship that; Protects the Environment, Creates Jobs, Supports Public Health, and Increases Access to Clean and Organic Products. Our Cultivation and Processing of Industrial Hemp will help Combat Global Climate Change. High Protein, Omega 3 & 6 and CBD will be Incorpoarted into Healthy Foods and Rich Affordable Cosmetic Products.

Full Spectrum versus Isolate CBD

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The Founders of Hemp Ag have obtained hemp cultivation license from San Joaquin County California for 2021 grow season. This will utilize the same fields that last years flower was grown in.

Hemp Ag 2020 Harvest - 25,000 Lemongrass Plants

Hemp Ag 2020 Harvest - Founders

When we manufacture CBD products, we have two options: full spectrum CBD or isolate known as regular CBD. Full spectrum vs regular CBD has a few key differences.

Full spectrum CBD, as hemp oil, contains every cannabinoid present in the hemp plant. This means cannabidiol, cannabicyclol, tetrahyrdocannabivarin, and cannbichromevinaric acid, to name a few.

In full spectrum CBD oil, there is nothing held back or left out.

Different cannabinoids introduce various potential benefits that can address a wide variety of ailments, both on their own and in conjunction with one another, and with CBD.

These full spectrum products may also contain small amounts of THC. This is because nothing is removed from the hemp plant. Still, it is CBD oil, so the focus is not on the THC content which is less than 0.3% of the dried plant. It comes from plants that have a low level of THC by nature. Chemists create full spectrum CBD oil by extracting the whole source of the plant and distilling it down into oil. This brings all of the other properties and molecules along with it. Some people are not legally allowed to use THC so products with isolate are the only choice.

Isolate CBD is exactly what it sounds like. It is CBD, separated from any and all other cannabis compounds. CBD isolate is usually tasteless. This is why a CBD isolate product is often preferable for flavored products and other methods of oral ingestion. CBD isolate is certainly still effective on its own. It is isolated by cooling extracted oil until it forms into crystals. These crystals are processed into a highly pure powder. This powder is just CBD as a molecular compound. Isolating the perceived valuable aspects of any substance is a common approach in the pharmaceutical model. This is because it works to maximize an active ingredient to its utmost efficacy and safety, while not prioritizing any other ingredients of the material. There is a downside, though. This method does neglect to take advantage of the possible holistic benefits of full spectrum products.

Hemp Seed Oil Protein, Omega - 3 & 6

Hemp seed oil is rich in healthy fats and essential fatty acids such as Omega-6 and Omega-3 acids. They are also an excellent source of protein and contain high amounts of phosphorus, sodium, potassium, Vitamin E, calcium, zinc, and iron. They just do not contain the high amounts of CBD that the other parts of the plant produce.

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Increase planned from de-regulation of the US market with approval of the 2018 Farm Bill by Congress & the President


US Hemp Crop Production by State

U.S. Production Following enactment of the 2014 farm bill, hemp cultivation became allowed under certain circumstances by research institutions and state departments of agriculture. Official estimates of U.S. hemp production are not available. Information compiled by states and industry indicate that there were more than 25,500 acres of hemp production in 2017, up from 9,770 acres in 2016