Certified Organic Hemp
We are a family-owned and operated hemp farm in Western North Dakota. Our hemp flower produces quality CBD. We sell certified organic hemp to processors looking for a trusted source so they can have confidence in their products.
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How to buy our hemp
If you are ready to work with us and buy our hemp
Step 1: Contact Us
- Contact us by giving us a call, sending us an email or filling out a contact form.
Step 2: Place Your Order
- Once we are in contact, you can place your order directly with us.
Step 3: We’ll Ship To You!
- We'll ship to you! After placing your order, it shouldn't take more than a week to reach your doorstep.
About Badlands Hemp
Badlands hemp is located in North Dakota, where we started in 2020. We plant about 2 acres of Hemp, and have a greenhouse to start them in. We do most of our work by hand including the harvesting! We have received so much advice from our friends, we are truly thankful. Thanks for visiting our site, be sure to check out the hats we have for sale!
Frequently Asked Questions
Purchasing CBD Products
If you want to purchase CBD products, verify the legal status of hemp-derived CBD and cannabis-derived CBD in your state, so you know what you can or can’t purchase. Generally, hemp-derived CBD is the more legal option.
Is hemp the same as marijuana?
No, they are not the same plant. Hemp has less than 0.3% THC in the plant. Marijuana has a much higher amount of THC (chemical resonsible for the “high” effect) in the plant.
Is hemp legal?
Hemp and CBD are legal at the federal level, as long as they conform to other applicable laws. Certain states have their own legislation and regulations regarding CBD products
What percentage CBD does your hemp have?
Our hemp variety B20 averaged 10% in 2020.
What is CBD and what can you do with it?
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is one of many cannabinoids, or molecules produced uniquely by the cannabis family. The human body is equipped with an endocannabinoid system (ECS). Our brains have specific receptors designed to accept cannabinoids, known as CB1 and CB2. It can be put into oils, lotions, vitamins, drinks, and more!