Canna-Farm 2020

Welcome to Canna-Farms!

Canna Farms is a full-service solution provider to the outdoor cannabis industry offering product sales, service and unique solutions availabe through our channel partners.  If you have a small or large outdoor cannabis or hemp project, we are here to help you be successful in your farming endevors.  With an inital focus on hemp farming in Pennsylvania, we are helping commerical cannabis farms and cannabis growers world wide. 


Pennsylvania has a friendly environment for Hemp farming, and in May of 2016 the U.S. made some changes regarding Hemp farming and licensing to allow for the use of the flowers for CBD.  Realizing this is a significant opportunity, Canna Farms embarked on an organic farm project that summer. During the process we overcame a significant learning curve and connected with some of the leading experts in farming cannabis for hemp, THC and CBD.  The focus is to provide solutions to indiviudal and companies looking at setting up a unique business opportunity for hemp farming on the Eastcoast and around the world.  

Our team understands that with upcoming legalization right around the corner for hemp in most countries around the world, it can be a cumbersome task of getting approved and going through the learning curve for Cannabis and Hemp farming.  The Canna-Farm consulting team is ready to help you start growing outdoor hemp for CBD, CBG, CBN, THC... or industrial hemp to be processed into 1000’s of hemp based products. 


Hemp For Fiber and Oil

Farming hemp for fiber is the most similar to farming for other crops. The main difference from other crops, as well as from other types of hemp farming, comes post-harvest. In order to process hemp into usable fiber for sale, it must be processed in specialized hemp fiber processing plants. Most farmers will not have access to this equipment and need to consider the costs of either purchasing, building, or paying to have it processed elsewhere. In the field, one acre of hemp can produce around 2.5 to 3 tons worth of fiber. The average price of fiber changes, but is somewhere around $250 to $300 per ton. The actual cost of farming this type of hemp will vary, but an average example would be around $300 to $350 per acre. Using these numbers, the estimated profit could be somewhere around $480 per acre.  Remember, that does not include the cost of post-harvest processing, farming machinery, tools, or the costs to acquire land.