Hemp Fiber and Grain News

Hire learning: What hemp leaders have learned about compensation and recruitment strategies in a young industry

Hemp salaries have risen across the supply chain since the crop won federal acceptance in 2018. The illicit market is a thing of the past, and hemp entrepreneurs now compete against multinational agricultural conglomerates to attract talent on and off the farm, from cultivation experts to skilled processors and retailers.

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Trans-Atlantic hemp trade hit by uncertainties

Supply-chain disruptions and delivery delays have become the new normal for hemp and other agricultural commodities as governments keep their borders shut and planes grounded to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Pandemic-related flight restrictions, delays and increased fees have made the complicated business of moving hemp biomass and extracts across national borders more challenging […]

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Wisconsin hemp seed seller sues Canadian producer over distribution dispute

A Wisconsin hemp seed seller is in a contract dispute with a Canadian seed producer over where and for how long it can sell a grain cultivar. Legacy Hemp of Hastings, Minnesota, says that Terramax Holdings Corp. is trying to renege on the length of time Legacy Hemp has the rights to sell the seeds in […]

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