Seems like there is still a lot of biomass out there

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Am I the only one seeing this. Last year this time…people were begging for it, now I see a lot still available.

What is it going to be like next year with so many more farms coming online

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Fresh Frozen Ethanol Extraction: Whole Plant Versus Biomass Trim Yields of Distillate
#2

Price drop for biomass, probably. Great for processors, not so great for farmers.

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#3

Processors Will feel to i am afraid in the end iT s always like that :weary:

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#4

As true a statement as I have read all day… Nc was flooded with hemp this year… Hurricane wiped out 75% of the crop. And we still sitting on over 80% of what we grown ( just in my 100 square mile piece of this world) even the farmers with 13% still sitting on it…

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#5

Get rid of what You have left quick
For there is a shitload Coming this fall
I mean a shitload

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#6

I believe that is there any need to grow a 2019 crop of say 14% stuff without a contract. And @Roguelab we Bonn tring to sell for months. 3.50ppp

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#7

A lot of people and farmers are gooing to get hurt this fall
Many try jumping on the band wagon without a cleu of what they are dooing and even thou hemp is a weed UT s still a delicate crop especially for certain states with a lot of Rain and high Hummidity
Also in the few days i was there i have spoken to so Many people with the craziest foolish idea s that i feel sorry for them
Getting pissed at me When trying to make them realize that now hemp Will be a commodity and not a special crop
And putting everything on the line yust to participate in this industrie with No knowlidge what so ever this Guy i met
Has a 8 acre farm and bought a teabag production line for his crop of cbd hemp
And is confident his cbd Will dissolve in the hot water :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

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#8

If i Where You i would start extracting that stuff yourself with an investment of 10000
You can have those 5000 pounds in a month 6 weeks and make enough wait for sales with the rest

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#9

Wasn’t there someone fear mongering people saying that there is gonna be some huge shortage because of demand. Hahaha.

I knew this was gonna happen.

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#10

OP, where are you located? Here in CO, I’ve had multiple “large” brokers that had been dropping thousands of pounds at a time to be extracted suddenly run out or have shortage, not sure if this is just seeing the gravy % hemp drying up and getting down to the 6-8% stuff or what’s happening. As a guy doing 700ish lbs/day I’d love to get more contacts that have biomass and are in need of extraction capacity.

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#11

Im in OR and there are still farms with product from 2017 they havent been able to move. the stuff is pretty much rotting in place, kinda sad, and its super cheap too. I pulled samples from a few bags, all tested at like 7-8%, COA said 11%.

told the guy, you gotta move this stuff before all your profit evolves off.

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#12

Now thats a good advertisement

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