Hemp Processing
Servicing Southern Oregon
Drying, trimming, curing - Hemp is an art

Oregon Farmers take pride in growing the best, strongest, most aromatic Hemp in the world. It’s only right to use the best contract services to ensure you get top market prices for your hard work and efforts.

Our team at Hemp Technologies Global have been growing Broad Acre Industrial Hemp for more than a decade from Canada to New Zealand and we understand the many dynamics of growing a high dollar crop - we can help you to be successful and get maximum return for all your hard work.

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Potency Testing: $75/test (state-approved)
Harvesting Labor: from $30/Hr
Combine: $2500/acre (2-3 acres/hour with <10% waste)
Secure Covered Transport: $250/Hr
Drying - Top Flower: $5/dry pound (cash) or $10 (tolling)*
Drying - Biomass: $5/dry pound (cash) or $10 (tolling)*
Hand Bucking: $10/Lb
Machine Trimming: $10/Lb (final product)
Hand Trimming: $50/Lb
Bagging: $30/Hr per person
Storage: $1/Lb (30 days)

* Current CBD flower selling for ~$350/pound

Included Services
● Hand loading, unloading and turning of product in racks
● Low heat drying to preserve cannabinoid profile and terpenes
● Constant humidity and temperature to ensure even drying
● Pre-weight and final weight
● Security and peace of mind: 24/7 video surveillance recorded to the cloud
● 24/7 Security guards + 42 live-recording cameras for every angle
● Weight taken on state certified scales for final weight
● Wet weight taken on axle scales
● Humidity maintained between 50%-60%
● Temperature to be maintained between 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit (21-29 C)
● Product will be turned daily to ensure even product dryness

Payment Term$
You decide which of our services you need help with - we’ll invoice for 20% deposit to secure your space, with balance payable upon completion of each phase of work.

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Combine Service
- combine is stationary
- strips ’n shucks flower ’n leaf off stem ’n stalk (<5% waste)
- comes with operator ’n crew to feed plants into machine
- farm is responsible for bringing cut plants to combine to keep continual feeding
- farm is responsible for processed product out of combine
- scheduling based on number of acres at ~8 acres per day

Note to Self: Call Greg at Hemp Tech Global (310) 359-5143 when we need more labor in the field because the clock starts ticking even if we’re not feeding the machine :)

Footnote: Hemp Tech Global cannot ’n WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY material over .30% THC

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ALL the information on this page is for informational purposes ONLY and NO medical advice is given or implied. Please consult your qualified health professional before starting or changing any treatment regime you are currently on.

watch this short video that explains Cannabinoids from our very dear friend and hemp brother, Claudio Silvaggi, at iYouToMe

Short for
Cannabidiol CBD is a non-intoxicating member of the phyto cannabinoid family of chemical compounds derived from the cannabis plant.

Phyto-Cannabinoids can be found in Hops, Pine Needles and Hemp - not exclusive to cannabis. Our body makes cannabinoids called endocannabinoids and act within the endocannabinoid system. At least 100 cannabinoids have been isolated from cannabis, the most common being Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabinol (CBN), Cannabigerol (CBG) and TetrahydroCannabinol (THC).

Hemp is a variety of cannabis that is grown for industrial purposes. By law, hemp must have less than 0.3% THC in the U.S.A. Because of its low levels of THC, hemp will not get you ‘high’.

Endocannabinoid System (ECS)

The Endocannabinoid System is a group of endogenous cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body. ECS receptors are located in our Central Nervous System (CNS), Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) and Immune System. Our CNS includes the brain and spinal cord, while the PNS acts as a communication network linking our CNS to the rest of our body.

Our brain contains the highest concentration of cannabinoid receptors but there’s no shortage of them in our organs, tissues and glands. The saturation of ECS receptors throughout the body is why CBD is so efficient and natural.

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cannabidiol (CBD)
Cannabidiol naturally occurs within the tiny hairlike structures known as trichomes that grow on hemp and cannabis and one of the first CBD molecules was discovered as far back as 1940.

CBD has been shown to help:
- Relieve aches and pains
- Speed athletic recovery
- Enhance relaxation and improve sleep
- Reduce stress and anxiety
- Alleviate nausea
- Support immune system health.

When CBDA is heated to 248°F (120°C), it goes thru a process called ”decarboxylation” (also referred to as “activation”) and becomes CBD, having a more pronounced effect than CBDA because it binds more efficiently to the Cannabinoid receptors.

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Being an organic, natural material, CBD is safer than synthetic options with little to no side effects. Used for 1000’s of years there is no recorded fatality using Hemp. CBD has been shown to be non-toxic even at extreme doses but like any medicines or supplements you should consult your doctor before taking CBD.

NOTE: CBD is absorbed in your body through the P450 liver enzyme. Many prescription drugs are absorbed through the same enzyme. This means that there is a small chance that the product could change the absorption or effectiveness of some prescriptions if taken around the same time. If you are currently taking several prescriptions, you may wish to speak with your doctor or choose a hemp derived ”Isolate” tincture.

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The following chart is a suggested CBD dosing guide for humans and animals. This chart is for reference purposes only as a guide based on body weight and severity of symptoms. Everyone responds differently to CBD and we suggest you start by taking the number of milligrams shown on this chart twice daily for the first three days. If symptoms persist then increase your dosage by 2-3 milligrams per day until you’re feeling better. Continue with the dosing amount that works best for you. After 4-6 weeks you may find that your symptoms return. This could mean that you are getting TOO much CBD in your system. If this happens then slowly decrease your daily doses until relief from your symptoms is once again achieved.

CBD dosages


ALL the information on this page is for informational purposes ONLY and NO medical advice is given or implied. Please consult your qualified health professional before starting or changing any treatment regime you are currently on.

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