Our farmers are the most important piece of our operations, and our high quality genetics, knowledge, and experience helps to enhance the success of our partners. We currently work with six female-only cannabinoid rich farms and two pollinated grain test fields across New York State, some would rather not be listed for security reasons. Each field is unique and situated in different growing environments, our relationship to the farmer and land is crucial to producing the highest quality industrial hemp.
Old Homestead Hemp
Located in the old agricultural hub of Washington County, Homestead Hemp is a re-purposed dairy that has belonged to the same family for over 200 years. The same passion that has driven generations of farmers on this soil is ever apparent in sisters Sarah Murphy and Iris Rogers, the owners of Homestead Hemp.
The Old Homestead was founded by Clark Rogers on December 10th, 1787. The original deed states ownership of 558 acres of land. The Rogers Family has continued to obtain this estate, although smaller in size, to current day; providing a home and farmland to 8 generations of the Rogers family.
Learn more: www.oldhomesteadhemp.com
Goatwell farms - Canandaigua, NY
Goatwell Farms is situated in the heart of the fertile flat lands of Western New York. Steve Harland has worked his farm for over decade and currently raises pigs, turkey, chicken, peacocks, ducks, and cultivates numerous vegetables. Adding industrial hemp to his diverse portfolio has been the perfect fit
Upstate Valley Farms
An eclectic selection of vegetables can be hard to find in Upstate, New York. Shipping rare produce can be expensive and leads to wilted and damaged vegetables. Inspired by this gap in the market, Dr. Jacob McGlashon’s vision is to bring Upstate New York a broad variety of high quality vegetables for reasonable prices. Built upon five generations of farming experience, Upstate Valley Farm only uses organic seeds and fertilizer, and never uses pesticides. In addition, we also produce industrial hemp and green teas.