We are committed to growing organic industrial hemp on one of
the largest organic farm operations in the United States.

~10,000 Acres for Growing Industrial Hemp

Support from one of the leading agricultural private equity funds, Integrated Ag LP allows Integrated CBD to vertically integrate and control it supply of industrial hemp. Integrated CBD has access to approximately 10,000 acres located in one of the most productive farming areas in the country, Yuma County, Arizona.

Verified Organic

Through a joint venture with Verified Organic, a blockchain platform that tracks and verifies the organic growing processes, Integrated CBD™ seeks to be the first to obtain both USDA Certified Organic and Verified Organic status providing full transparency from planting to extraction and end product formulation.

State of the Art Technology

Advanced solid state radio frequency drying facility provides rapid, uniform drying that does not destroy or change beneficial molecules in the plant. Subsurface drip irrigation and fertigation directly to root base of the plant which produces superior yield and precise control of plant crop growing.

“Hemp In, Spinach Out as Investors
Throw Money at Newly Legal CBD”

When Patrick Horsman’s (Integrated CBD’s President & CEO) small private equity firm purchased 10,000 acres in Yuma County, Arizona, in 2016, organic spinach and lettuce were on the menu. Then the anti-cannabis tide in Washington, D.C. shifted, with the 2018 Farm Bill decriminalizing both hemp and its trendy ingredient known as CBD. Now, he’s growing hemp instead. The production of marijuana’s cousin is exploding in the U.S. and the demand for hemp products could rival cannabis, investor says.

Source: Bloomberg

“How Hemp And The Farm Bill
May Change Life As You Know It”

SOURCE: Forbes

The 2018 US Farm Bill has now legalized commercial production of hemp. But what is hemp, and why should you care?

The 2018 Farm Bill will radically overhaul America’s relation to hemp and could unleash a hemp renaissance in the coming years that will close the gap between the U.S. and China. 

Source: Forbes

We are applying sophisticated soil and microbiology science across some of the largest commercial farms in the Western United States.
— Richard Phelps, Farming Director