Hemp Farming: The Cornerstone of a Comprehensive Vertical Economy


In the vast landscape of sustainable solutions, hemp farming emerges as a pioneering force, especially when viewed through the lens of a full vertical economy. As the initial stage, or the 'upstream component', hemp cultivation sets the foundation for a series of interconnected processes that culminate in a range of eco-friendly products and services.

  1. Ecological Restoration: Hemp is not just another crop; it's an ecological powerhouse. With its ability to rejuvenate soil, act as a natural pesticide, and even sequester carbon, hemp farming is a testament to Futr Management's commitment to environmental restoration. By integrating hemp into our agricultural practices, we're taking a proactive step towards reversing the damage caused by years of unsustainable farming.
  2. Versatility in Outputs: One of the standout features of hemp is its versatility. From its seeds, fibers to its flowers, every part of the hemp plant has a purpose. Futr Management, with its innovative methodologies, harnesses this potential to help to produce a variety of midstream products, including Hemp Hurd, Bast Fibre, Green MicroFibre, and high-quality CBD extracts.
  3. Economic Growth: Hemp farming is not just good for the planet; it's good for the economy too. As the starting point of the vertical economy, hemp cultivation creates jobs, fosters innovation, and opens up new markets. Futr Management's approach ensures that the economic benefits are felt across the supply chain, from farmers to end consumers.
  4. Social Well-being: Beyond the environmental and economic benefits, hemp farming plays a crucial role in societal well-being. By promoting sustainable practices, communities can enjoy cleaner air, purer water, and a healthier living environment. Futr Management's vision encapsulates this holistic approach, ensuring that the benefits of hemp farming extend beyond the fields and into our homes.
  5. Setting the Stage for Downstream Processes: Hemp farming is just the beginning. Once cultivated, the hemp undergoes a series of processes, from decortication to extraction. Futr Management's expertise ensures that these downstream processes are as sustainable and innovative as the cultivation itself, leading to products that are not only eco-friendly but also at the forefront of industry standards.

For Fiber

Hemp fibers, known for durability, have been used in textiles and ropes for ages. Today, they're also in sustainable construction materials and bioplastics. At FUTR, our advanced decortication techniques extract top-quality fibers, replacing less sustainable materials across industries.

For Food


Hemp seeds are packed with nutrients like proteins and essential fatty acids. They can be consumed in various forms, from raw seeds to hemp milk, offering a versatile dietary option. As the world shifts towards plant-based diets, hemp stands out as a sustainable and nutritious choice.

For Medicine

Hemp has been recognized for its medicinal properties for centuries. Modern research highlights cannabinoids, especially CBD, as the primary beneficial compounds. These elements can address a range of health issues, and FUTR ensures the highest quality through EU-GMP standards.