For farmers that are interested in joining the hemp industry, the newly established hemp program in Connecticut will lawfully allow you to do so. While the allure of profit potential is attracting a lot more farmers, one of the most common challenges that hemp farmers run into is finding buyers. Since hemp is different than any other crop– since there aren’t silos available to store your harvest, you’ll need to have buyers lined up ideally before you harvest your crops. There are actually a lot of different options for selling your crop, especially when planting CBD seed. Here are the different options available and what steps you should take to ensure the best profit.
In the hemp world, biomass can actually have two different meanings which can lead to some confusion. Some individuals in the industry use the term “hemp biomass” when referring to everything but the flower or buds on the plant which contains the crop’s cannabinoids, terpenes, and resin. This includes the stalks and leaves. Farmers that are planting CBD seed for CBD production can sell their leftover hemp biomass to buyers for building products, textiles, and more. In the CBD hemp industry, hemp biomass refers to the portions of the hemp plant that include flower or bud. This hemp biomass is often priced per pound and is sold to processing or extraction facilities in order to extract CBD.
Always analyze the local hemp market in order to have a better idea of how much your hemp biomass is worth. Before you start lining up potential buyers, you’ll want to understand how much your harvest is really worth in order to maximize your profits. While there are many factors that can impact the value of your biomass, the most important one is the amount of CBD your hemp contains. Growing low-quality plants with minimal CBD content won’t translate to better pricing per pound. If you’re able to find the right CBD seed to produce high-CBD biomass, this can really set you apart. That’s why investing in the right CBD seed is so crucial for any farm. You’ll want to make sure you have testing set up in order to certify your biomass and show your potential buyers.
Here are some of the options available for selling your hemp biomass:
CBD Seed Co. is honored to be the trusted CBD seed supplier serving Connecticut. Our team is always available to help you find potential buyers for your hemp biomass. We have the experience and connections to help you succeed long-term. For more information regarding where to sell your hemp biomass, please contact us!