Partnerships

Hemp Farming Partners

Our knowledge and infrastructure, helping reduce your cost and increase your chances of success

Hemp Farming

Getting into the hemp industry can be a little daunting. There are great profits to be made but there are many places you can go wrong. Pivotal CBD would like to partner with you if you are looking to cultivate hemp, because now is a fantastic time to join the industry.

We can form a great partnership, Pivotal CBD has the best genetics, and all of the experiential knowledge of being in the industry for over 20 years. Starting up can be expensive and partnering with us there is significant possibilities to reduce the amount needed to invest. We have streamlined tried and tested systems and methods for cultivate the best CBD products.

There are multiple ways to go about partnering with us anything from you leasing your land to Pivotal CBD investing in your project. Please contact us for more information or call 1 530 605 8335

 

Benifits of Culitvating hemp

Hemp is a sustainable and durable crop, in addition is it is somewhat low cost and low input makes it a great crop in comparison to its counterparts

The CBD market is set for remarkable growth, so hemp farming will yield even more profits in coming years.

The CBD oil market has exploded over the last 2 years and it is expected to grow exponentially over the next few years giving hemp farmers a great opportunity to make hemp while the sun is shining

Hemp farming is more sustainable than many other crops.

Hemp uses 14 times less water than cotton, this is a huge reduction for a superior product

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Bend OR 97702
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Our products have not be evaluated by the FDA or proven to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any illnesses.  All products are compliant with the US Farm Bill and under 0.3% THC. Pivotal CBD sells legal industrial hemp grown under a registered license with the Oregon
Department of Agriculture.