Welcome to Apache Hemp Corporation where we strive to work with future Texas industrial hemp farmers and our investors cash in on the TEXAS GREEN GOLD RUSH with the future of Industrial hemp cultivation in Our Great State of Texas with Texas hemp seed supply and processing facilities!
We are true Texas Industrial Hemp Pioneers and our success will be attributed to the foresight in understanding how our nascent business model that will give great opportunities and leverage our operations as a vertically integrated Texas company in this exciting new market for Texans! Companies from other states are already moving in to capitalize on our future Texas hemp market but we are Texans working for Texans!
So I pray you join me in being the first hemp processing companies in Texas as we grow and be recognized while we make TEXAS HISTORY TOGETHER in the Texas hemp revolution! After roughly 75 years of being locked up in a Texas federal prison a hemp giant is about to be unleashed upon Texas!
Hemp is a versatile crop with seemingly endless possibilities and a new cash crop for Texans that can save Texas farmers and save Texas traditions! Our processing facilities will be located in rural Texas and bring jobs to rural Texans!
Our chief objectives are to educate, manage and fully support Texas farmers in the exploding future Texas industrial hemp market. According to Texas A&M AgriLIFE, Texans harvested approximately 4.4 million acres of hay and we look forward to working with those farmers to GROW TEXAS HEMP!
With no commercial hemp processing in Texas our processing facilities will be located in Willacy, Comanche, Cherokee County Texas to serve future Texas hemp farmers grow, harvest and process hemp in our State-of-The-Art facility for Hemp Seed Processing, Hemp Fiber Processing, Hemp CBD Oil Extraction and a Texas registered certification lab.
We will Produce only the TEXAS FINEST, TEXAS GROWN and formulated, TEXAS CERTIFIED CBD HEMP OIL to protect Texas consumers in this up and coming exciting future multi-billion dollar market!
Or goal is to have the capacity to process 10,000 acres worth of hemp products by Texas hemp farmers by 2024 at our three future facilities.
Our processing plants Cherokee Hemp Corporation will be located in Cherokee County Texas and Comanche Hemp Corporation will be located in Comanche County Texas and Apache Hemp Corporation will be located in Willacy County Texas to fulfill Texas hemp visionary George Trout's fight to bring back Texas hemp in a big way! For the tragic story of George Trout and the death of Texas hemp production Click here
We work directly with Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Agents as well as all Texas future hemp farmers to get them the most value from their harvest and help them with growing The Best Hemp in Texas™
Where corn may yield $350 to $400 per acre and soybeans prices being crushed due to the trade war, cultivating hemp for CBD oil can bring $2,500 to $5,000 an acre to future Texas hemp farmers.
Hemp is one of the fastest growing cash crops and within 4 month afters it;s planted hemp grows 10 to 20 feet tall and it is ready for harvesting. Hemp is the ultimate cash crop, producing more fiber, food and oil than any other plant on the planet!
Hemp needs to be planted in well-aerated loam soil and seeded at a rate of between 20-80 LBS per acre depending on your goals. Here is an article published by Perdue University that discusses hemp farming practies. Click here
One acre of hemp can yield an average of 700 pounds of grain, which in turn can be pressed into about 22 gallons of oil and 530 pounds of meal. That same acre will also produce an average of 5,350 pounds of straw, which can be processed into approximately 1,300 pounds of fiber.
Industrial hemp is an excellent rotation crop because it suppresses weeds and decreases outbreaks of insect and disease. Hemp can also rebuild and condition soils by replacing organic matter and provides aeration through its extensive root system. When it comes time to harvest there are several methods depending on your goals. To process hemp just for seed here's a method that is easly adapted Click here. To recover the the hemp seed and stalk a Double Cutting Combine Harvester with forage header to harvest the seeds and stalk in one pass Click here. Lastly to process the entire plant and get seed, hemp leaf, hemp flower and hemp fiber requires a Double Cutting Forage Harvester with Stripper Header Click here
Hemp was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber over 10,000 years ago. It can be refined into a variety of commercial products that include pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food products, building materials, animal feed plus many more! As a matter of fact over 25,000 products can be made from hemp! Click here
Hemp Business Journal reported estimates in total retail value of hemp products sold in the U.S. in 2017 to be at least $820 million, including hemp foods (17%); personal care products (22%); textiles (13%); supplements (5%); hemp derived CBD products (23%), consumer textiles (13%); industrial applications (18%); and other consumer products such as paper and building materials accounted for the remaining 2% of the market. The U.S. hemp industry is projected to grow 27% annually to reach $2.6 Billion in 2022. Click here
We will offer ehtanol extraction to produce CBD oil, and decortication equipment capable of separating hemp into bast fiber, and hurd. Our hemp decortication will promise fiber opportunities for future Texas hemp farmers making it profitable to turn the entire hemp stalks into valued hemp-based materials.
We will offer research-based programs and solutions for all future Texas Hemp Farmers so give us a call to help you with the future economical benefits of industrial hemp farming in The Great State of Texas.
Our companies will educate, support and deliver to our investors and future Texas hemp farmers by delivering premium Texas hemp derived products to market.
We are Texans Working for future Texas Hemp Farmers!
May 15, 2019 Texas Senate unanimously approves industrial hemp, CBD legislation Click here
May 7, 2019: Texas Senate commitee votes to move to full Senate Click here
May 2, 2019: Hemp processing plant in Comanche County, Texas Click here
May 2, 2019: Texas hemp bill to get its day in the Senate Click here
April 29, 2019: EDITORIAL: This Bud's for You: Passage of bill to legalize hemp will provide a hit for our state's economy Click here
April 23, 2019: Texas House votes to legalize the farming of industrial hemp Click here
April 2, 2019: 'You Just Watch… More Hemp Grown (In Texas) Than We Could Ever Process' – Texas AG Commissioner Sid Miller. Click here
Apache Hemp Corporation
P.O. BOX 7275
Cut-N-Shoot, TX 77306
Toll Free: +1-833-550-HEMP (4367)
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