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Founder’s Hemp is one of the first in North Carolina to harvest hemp.

Founder’s Hemp is one of the first in North Carolina to harvest #hemp. It’s the first in Randolph County, NC Asheboro, North Carolina and the owner says he thinks hemp could be a billion dollar industry for our state. Click here to view the Facebook Video

North Carolina farmers are turning over a new leaf in the hemp industry

Original Article Source: Fox8 North Carolina farmers are turning over a new leaf, you might say. “I didn’t think I’d be farming hemp two years ago,” says Waylon Saunders, with a chuckle. Saunders farmed all the traditional stuff on his land south of Asheboro … corn, soybeans. “It’s pretty much trial and error growing hemp,”…

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North Carolina’s First Hemp Processing Facility to Open in Asheboro
North Carolina’s First Hemp Processing Facility to Open in Asheboro

Source: Yes Weekly – Click here to view original article Carolina, was originally named Hemp. Industrial hemp can be used as a sustainable alternative to petroleum products, paper products, fabric products and is also used as a nutritional supplement. Four years ago, Bob Crumley was just a long-time and well-known lawyer of Crumley Roberts and…

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In Focus: Hemp industry and the costs and risks involved

Source: Spectrum News Farmers are vanishing at an alarming rate in the United States, but one new hearty crop could offer at least a little stability: industrial hemp. Click here to view video.

In Focus: Hemp industry various uses

Source: Spectrum News Industrial hemp has become a very versatile crop, and hemp plants have many uses from their fibers to their seeds. Click here to view video.

In Focus: The rebirth of the hemp industry in NC

Source: Spectrum News Federal law opened the door for hemp production in 2014, but it wasn’t until this year that rules were in place and the product was ready to grow. Click here to view to view the video.

‘Everything Hemp’ opens in Asheboro

Original Story by  Spectrum News – Click here to view. ASHEBORO, N.C. — The doors are open in Asheboro for Bob Crumly’s new Everything Hemp store! The store recently relocated to a larger location to help expand their selection of clothing, home accessories, and other hemp product lines. Crumly says hemp can be used for many thing,…

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Everything Hemp grand opening Nov. 9 in new location

Article by Courier-Tribune – click here for original source. By Micki Bare mbare@courier-tribune.com Twitter: @mickibareCT Posted Nov 4, 2017 at 12:01 AM Updated Nov 4, 2017 at 11:36 AM ASHEBORO — Hemp is a versatile plant and Bob Crumley, owner of Founder’s Hemp, will eagerly explain to those curious about its history and uses. Crumley,…

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Hemp is back after 80 years
Hemp is back after 80 years

Click here to read original article. Source: Courier-Tribune By Larry Penkava lpenkava@courier-tribune.com Twitter: @larrypenkavaCT ASHEBORO — Harvest time came Thursday on Waylon Saunders’ farm. It was unique in that the crop he grew was banned in the United States 80 years ago. It was hemp and it was back. There were no huge harvesters working…

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Hemp ale to be released Friday at Four Saints
Hemp ale to be released Friday at Four Saints

Click here to view original story. Source: Courier-Tribune By Micki Bare mbare@courier-tribune.com Twitter: @mickibareCT ASHEBORO — Four Saints Brewing Co. (FSBC) and Founder’s Hemp, both based in Asheboro, have brewed, and registered with N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC), North Carolina’s first hemp ale. FSBC’s owner, COO and head brewer Andrew Deming developed an English mild…

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