Farmers grow hemp on farms that could boost US economy

Farmworkers in Iowa, Kentucky and Georgia have been growing industrial hemp for years and now they’re using the crop to grow feed for their livestock.

But hemp farmers in the US have faced increasing competition from the European Union, which bans the importation of hemp products.

Hemp is used in a variety of products from textiles to clothing, and hemp products are increasingly being grown in industrial hemp fields as they can be grown on farms with no human labor.

But there’s another side to hemp: it’s the first crop to be grown entirely on non-toxic, non-polluting land.

The hemp crop was grown for hemp oil, the main ingredient in marijuana, and is a great way to make money in the industrial hemp sector.

A new industry in America?

The hemp industry is a new one, says the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service.

It’s grown primarily for industrial hemp, which has a much lower THC content than marijuana.

It’s also not illegal to grow hemp for food.

There’s even a small market for hemp milk products, according to the USDA.

In the US, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved hemp milk for children in January.

The hemp industry in the United States is growing fast.

The U.K.’s National Hemp Farming Federation, for example, says it has grown to over a million hectares (about 2.5 million acres) since 2008.

In 2014, the number of farms in the U!


jumped nearly 400 percent to 7,800, according the National Hemp Federation.

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