All American Hemp
We’re here to bring high quality American grown Industrial Hemp to a growing U.S. market.
Hemp does not require herbicides or pesticides.
Hemp can produce bio-fuel and ethanol (better than corn).
Hemp can be grown more than once per year.
Hemp produces more oil than any other crop, which can be used for food, fuel, lubricants, soaps, etc.
Hemp nut is a very healthy food, being the highest protein crop (after soybean) and high in omega oils.
Hemp can be used for making plastics, including car parts.
Hemp makes paper more efficiently and ecologically than wood, requiring no chemical adhesives.
Hemp can be used to make fiberboard.
Hemp can be used to make paint.
Hemp fibers make very strong rope and textiles.
Hemp converts CO2 to oxygen better than trees.
Hemp can be grown in a wide range of latitudes and altitudes.
Hemp replenishes soil with nutrients and nitrogen, making it an excellent rotational crop.
Hemp controls erosion of the topsoil.
Seeds, stalks, oil and services…
From Seed to Sale…
At All American Hemp LLC, we have the experience to assist your operation in the cultivation of Industrial Hemp. As the industry grows, and the USA re-enters a global market expected to reach 10+ Billion USD by 2025, now is the time to plant your first crop.
Navigation of your state’s permit process
Soil preparation and sowing
Irrigation and natural pest control
Harvesting and drying
Research, Education and Partnerships
We are proud of our colleagues and partners in various Colorado universities and private industry who have worked together in advancing the US Hemp industry.
Food science studies with local universities
Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Project
Hemp in Animal Feed Feasibility Study Stakeholder
Exploration of various market entry points using all parts of the plant
All American Hemp We’re here to bring high quality American grown Industrial Hemp to a growing U.S. market. Hemp does not require herbicides or pesticides. Hemp can produce bio-fuel and
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Because the SBA released loan amounts in ranges, date, business type, industry, state and county totals represent minimum estimates. Employee totals, which the SBA refers to as “jobs retained,” refers to the number of employees as reported by the borrower and may not necessarily reflect the number of workers kept employed with PPP funds.
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Sources: Small Business Administration, US Census Bureau, Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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