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Hemp cultivation, transport and sales were made federally legal again in 2018 by The Farm Act. As a result, for the first time in over 80 years, American farmers can once again begin to cash in on this “miracle” crop! Everyone is talking about the Retail Market, CBD oils, ointments, pet foods, supplements and thousands of other products that are literally exploding into the market driving projections into multi-billions of dollars. What ALL manufacturers MUST have every season, is high quality, certified seed to ensure the integrity of their products.

Through its Consulting & Participation Agreements with American Hemp Ventures, Inc. (AMHV), one of the fastest growing companies in the industry, BrookDale Consulting, LLC (BDF) has been positioned at the ground floor of this multi-billion dollar market. Currently in various stages of build out, crop development and cultivation, BDF is participating in 45 “hoop” or “grow” houses at this time; expanding its position and taking on a larger role in the oversight of its own “Farms”. AMHV is under contract to supply BDF with the seed, the oversight, expertise, and exclusive brokerage services for the seed to market.

It’s important to note that this proprietary seed, supplied by AMHV, is 95% “feminized”, ensuring that ALL satisfied customers will return to them each and every growing season to re-plant. Numerous farm communities around the country, depending on state rules and regulations, are converting significant portions of their crop to Hemp. WE supply the seeds.

Market price for high quality “feminized” seed currently ranges from $.55 to $1.05- PER SEED. The range due to volume of purchase and delivery terms and conditions. In the words of one of the industry executives, “If we had a BILLION seeds this year, we’d sell them all!”

With THOUSANDS of environmentally friendly products exploding into an expanding retail market, the doors are open on an extraordinary commercial opportunity.


Hemp cultivation, transport and sales were made federally legal again in 2018 by The Farm Act. As a result, for the first time in over 80 years, American farmers can once again begin to cash in on this “miracle” crop!

Hemp Profit Potential

The key to unlocking hemp’s potential lies in making use of the entire plant. Most people think that the only value in the hemp plant is the leaves, but that could not be further from the truth. Not just in taking the seeds for food and replanting, but using the stalks for fiber and making everything from car parts to bricks to kitty litter. Hemp is an incredible source of protein and can be grown and sown in large fields just like canola or wheat. Compared to chicken breasts, hemp has more than twice the amount of protein, more good fats, fibers, vitamins and minerals, and no cholesterol. Major grocers like Whole Foods are already stocking hemp-based products.

Faster and Easier to Grow

Industrial hemp is lighter, stronger, and less expensive than wood products. Did you know that four acres of trees produce the same amount of cellulose fiber as just one acre of hemp? Also, hemp takes just 100 days to grow to a stage where its fibers can be used where a tree could take anywhere from 20-100 years to re harvest.

10 tons of hemp can be grown on an acre of land in just 100 days, making it the world’s BEST biomass source.

If you remember, less than 5% of the United States’ once lush virgin forest remains. The thing is, it is a huge country with lots of space available, and we only need 6% of it to produce 100% of the biomass our nation needs.


Collectively, modern society needs to transition to become more eco-friendly.

In 2017, 300 million tons of plastic was commissioned by manufacturers worldwide. There is no doubt this is having a serious impact on the health of our planet and changes need to be made to protect future generations. Recent technology has opened the door to a new breed of eco-friendly polymer. No longer reliant on petroleum, these bioplastics are renewable, sustainable and often made using agricultural waste.

Hemp grows extremely quickly, making it an efficient, reliable crop for sustainable ‘bioplastics’. Once the fibers have been removed from the hemp stalks, what remains is 77% cellulose: the source of plastic that is biodegradable and can replace petrochemical plastics. Hemp cultivation and production reduces the greenhouse effect, deforestation and municipal waste.


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