There currently arent any hemp farms in the United States. In North Dakota two farmers, David Monson and Ray Hauge, applied for and received state lincenses to grow hemp but never received approval from the Drug Enforcement Agency.
There are other places in the world where hemp is seen as an economically viable crop. Canada, for instance, legalized the growing of hemp in 1988. There are various farms there that have hemp in their crop rotations including Federowich Farms with over 1000 acres.
Not legally! Marijuana and hemp, however, still manage to be America’s largest cash crop, with a total value of about 35 billion dollars — some 68 million plants are cultivated in the United States.
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