A Farm Journal exclusive survey of crop farmers and livestock producers reveals farmers’ attitudes about cannabis and gauges their interest in growing cannabis as a commercial crop for medical use, recreational use and industrial hemp use and for use in animal feed.
Check out exclusive data from the 2019 Farm Journal Cannabis in U.S. Agriculture Study and other resources here:
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Check out the latest stories and updates below for daily updates and exclusive data on cannabis in agriculture.
• 5 Facts About Cannabis
• USDA Plant Profile for Hemp
• USDA Plant Profile for Marijuana
• Hemp Industries Association
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56% of farmers believe there is a stigma to growing cannabis.
48% of farmers are interested in growing cannabis.
2% currently grow cannabis.
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