2018 Farm Bill - What You Need To Know
The legislative enactment of the 2018 Farm Bill signaled the kickoff of major changes in the global marketplace for industrial hemp. We have included a variety of resources on the subject matter. Whether you are an end-user, farmer, manufacturer, distributor, wholesaler, or affiliate, these critical resources will be helpful to you in terms of clarifying this newly enacted law.
In summation the 2018 Farm Bill:
For those who may not know, in 1937, cultivating hemp was declared illegal in the United States. The industry was shot down via a law crafted by a prohibitionist named Harry Anslinger. The law, called the Marihuana Tax Act put an end to many promising businesses, careers, and dreams.
As we now know, it also put an end to the health and wellness of millions. That stated, with the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, we are now seeing a rapid revitalization of this vital agricultural commodity along with its numerous commercial uses.
Congress Just Passed An $867 Billion Farm Bill. Here’s What’s In It
Summary: Written by a policy reporter for the Washington Post, this article is a summary of the overall bill, not just the portion that covers hemp and CBD.
Industrial Hemp - Frequently Asked Questions
Summary: This question and answer session is brought to us by the United States Department of Agriculture in conjunction with the National Institute of Food and Agriculture. It is a vital Q & A that covers questions about industrial hemp, the source of CBD.