Quality Midwest Genetics

Our mission is to provide you with the highest quality genetics.

Quality Midwest Genetics

Our mission is to provide you with the highest quality genetics.
Hemp Flower

Your Success is

Our Guarantee.

We will provide you with the highest quality genetics. Whether you are new to the hemp industry or have some experience in this space, not a problem! Our aim is to help either way. Having been in the hemp industry from its inception, HMH has learned to persevere through legislation, climate change and the cyclical hemp market. Of course the obvious growing and production challenges are always present. The reason we are here is to share all of this experience with you to ensure your success in the hemp marketplace. No matter if you’re growing as a farmer, or creating and selling new products, we have developed partnerships with industry leaders. These experts will personally guide you through this exciting emerging market.

Your Success is

Our Guarantee.

Whether you are new to the hemp industry or have some experience in this space, not a problem! We are here to help either way. Having been in the hemp industry from its inception, we have learned to persevere through legislation, climate change and the cyclical hemp market, not to mention growing and production challenges. We want to share all of this experience with you to ensure your success in the hemp marketplace. No matter if you’re growing as a farmer, or creating and selling new products, we have developed partnerships with industry leaders that will personally guide you through this emerging market.

WHY HEMP?

Hemp is Good for the Environment

Hemp is a crop that has an extensive history throughout the world, yet we have barely tapped into its true potential. This plant is now displacing much of the wood that is currently being used for fiber. It can also be recycled up to 8 times whereas paper from trees can only be recycled up to 3 times. Hemp also demonstrates and provides excellent bio/phytoremediation enhancement to your soil. All of these usages provide a healthier and cleaner environment.

Hemp is Excellent for the Economy

CBD, which is derived from hemp, is currently a $2 billion industry. The US had a revenue share of 82.4% in 2019. According to the National Industrial Hemp Council, the Hemp industry was valued at $4 billion in 2019 and will expand to around $16 billion by 2027. State and local taxes from hemp, can be used to fund many government projects such as schools and roads. Hemp not only indirectly impacts other businesses such as HVAC and transportation companies but also provides much needed job opportunities for our economy.

Hemp has Full Plant Utilization

We all know hemp is the source of CBD but have you heard of the many other uses of hemp? Hemp is known to have over 50,000 different uses such as paper, textiles, building materials, foods, body care, animal bedding, feed and so much more. Yet with all the uses demonstrated, we are still learning about the medicinal uses of hemp. Every bit of this miracle plant can be used in one way or another for products or health benefits. What other plant does this?

Hemp is Good for our Body

In a world of mask wearing and the pandemic, we are all looking to have the best immune system possible, right? Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats, and essential fatty acids. They provide a great source of Vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. CBD oil is also known to strengthen and boost the immune system as well. In these times of daily exposure to bacteria, viruses, pollutants and toxins, our body’s inflammatory system is simply overwhelmed. This oil is known to have anti-inflammatory properties to help regulate our own body’s homeostasis.

Hemp in the Pet Industry

The global CBD pet market was valued at 27.7 million in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 40.3% from 2020-2027, according to Grandview Research. Hemp based CBD pet products will make up to 3-5% of all hemp CBD sales within the USA by 2025 and 74% of CBD buyers have pets, so imagine the potential. CBD can help your pets with treating seizures, decreasing anxiety, joint pain, appetite and many other benefits.

Hemp Is Not Marijuana

Although both originate from Cannabis sativa, hemp is not marijuana. The 2018 Farm Bill officially defines hemp as “the plant Cannabis sativa L and any part of the plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more that 0.3% on a dry weight basis.” THC levels in hemp are <0.3% and therefore are not psychoactive like it’s high THC counterpart.

WHY HEMP?

Hemp is Good for the Environment

Hemp is a crop that has an extensive history throughout the world, yet we have barely tapped into its true potential. Hemp is now displacing much of the wood that is currently being used for fiber. Hemp can be recycled up to 8 times whereas paper from trees can only be recycled up to 3 times. Hemp also demonstrates and provides excellent bio/phytoremediation enhancement to your soil. All of these usages provide a healthier and cleaner environment.

Hemp is Excellent for the Economy

CBD, which is derived from hemp, is currently a $2 billion industry. The US had a revenue share of 82.4% in 2019 and according to the National Industrial Hemp Council, the Hemp industry was valued at $4 billion in 2019 and will expand to around $16 billion by 2027. State and local taxes from hemp, can be used to fund many government projects such as schools and roads. Hemp not only indirectly impacts other businesses such as HVAC and transportation companies but also provides much needed job opportunities for our economy.

Hemp has Full Plant Utilization

We all know hemp is the source of CBD but have you heard of the many other uses of hemp? Hemp is known to have over 50,000 different uses such as paper, textiles, building materials, foods, body care, animal bedding, feed and so much more. Yet with all the uses demonstrated, we are still learning about the medicinal uses of hemp. Every bit of this miracle plant can be used in one way or another for products or health benefits. What other plant does this?

Hemp is Good for our Body

In a world of mask wearing and the pandemic, we are all looking to have the best immune system possible, right? Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats, and essential fatty acids. They provide a great source of Vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. CBD oil is also known to strengthen and boost the immune system as well. In these times of daily exposure to bacteria, viruses, pollutants and toxins, our body’s inflammatory system is simply overwhelmed. This oil is known to have anti-inflammatory properties to help regulate our own body’s homeostasis.

Hemp in the Pet Industry

The global CBD pet market was valued at 27.7 million in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 40.3% from 2020-2027, according to Grandview Research. Hemp based CBD pet products will make up to 3-5% of all hemp CBD sales within the USA by 2025 and 74% of CBD buyers have pets, so imagine the potential. CBD can help your pets with treating seizures, decreasing anxiety, joint pain, appetite and many other benefits.

Hemp Is Not Marijuana

Although both originate from Cannabis sativa, hemp is not marijuana. The 2018 Farm Bill officially defines hemp as “the plant Cannabis sativa L and any part of the plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more that 0.3% on a dry weight basis.” THC levels in hemp are <0.3% and therefore are not psychoactive like it’s high THC counterpart.

Our Clones

Half Moon Hemp has been growing clones in Indiana since the 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp and provided a federal framework for industrial hemp production. We partnered with Purdue in research and development in order to provide the highest quality genetics  needed for the midwest. Whether you are new to farming hemp or experienced we provide support so your plants are successful and YOU are successful.

Clones in greenhouse

Our Clones

Half Moon Hemp has been growing clones in Indiana since the 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp and provided a federal framework for industrial hemp production. We partnered with Purdue in research and development in order to provide the best clones needed for the midwest. Whether you are new to farming hemp or experienced we provide support so your plants are successful and YOU are successful.

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