It was today that Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) pronounced that Hemp, Inc.’s solid infrastructure was in the best state to start delivering solutions to President Donald Trump’s Executive Order which is basically about the promotion of Rural Prosperity and Agriculture in America.

Recent developments

The CEO of Hemp, Inc Bruce Perlowin opined, “We invite President Trump’s Task Force to come to North Carolina and visit Hemp, Inc.’s milling and decortication facility which Hemp, Inc. built from the ground up. The facility took 3 1/2 years and millions of dollars to complete.”

He added that President Trump had issued an order to the Task Force to start promoting agriculture in the ways it deemed best.

Perlowin believes it would be to the best interest of President Trump’s Task Force to pay a visit to Hemp, Inc.’s 70,000 multipurpose industrial hemp decortication and milling facility which is situated in Spring Hope, North Carolina.

The Task Force will also be entrusted with the identification of the legislative, regulatory, and policy changes to enhance energy security, technological innovation, and infrastructure improvements. On top of that will be the changes deemed crucial to the economic prosperity and quality of life in rural America. The expansion of educational opportunities for students in rural communities with a special focus on agricultural education has been praised by several market observers and well wishers.

The small family farms

The model small family farm and the Hemp University educational symposiums have helped much towards the attainment of the above set targets.

The original small family farms in America according to sources survived economically and the success has been closely linked to what the U.S leader is doing at the moment in organizing the Task Force.

If all moves according to plan, the large number of farmers will be trained on ways to grow the high CBD hemp plants, transform a barn into a cloning room to earn $500,000 a year as well as operate a greenhouse in the best way possible.

The move to start growing hemp as their main cash crop is a timely move considering the decision to legalize the use of the product in several states across the U.S.