The Hemp Feed Coalition's executive director Hunter Buffington is the guest on the Hemp Podcast this week.

On our first podcast of the 2021, Lancaster Farming talks to Hunter Buffington, the executive director at the Hemp Feed Coalition, a group that advocates for federal approval for hemp and its byproducts for use as animal feed.

The coalition’s vision is to give hemp producers and processors access to the billion dollar animal feed and supplements market.

The pathway to federal approval is time consuming and complicated, requiring research and testing for all components of the plant and for each species. The task at hand is daunting, but Buffington believes it will ultimately be successful – a win-win for hemp farmers and livestock producers.

Hemp Feed Coalition


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