“The great thing about animals is you can’t give a placebo; it either works or it doesn’t. And just to see Taro's demeanor and physicality change drastically, I said, ‘OK, I’m going to use this oil.’”
Jim Belushi, actor, comedian and founder of Belushi’s Farm, a 93-acre cannabis farm in Oregon, said when discussing the company’s decision to enter the pet CBD product market. He had given his dog, Taro, oil with both CBG (cannabigerol) and CBN (cannabinol) to try to alleviate pain.
“Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky—they’re all traditionally manufacturing states, so we have much easier access to a skilled workforce.”
Zheng Yang, general manager of Hemprise, said when discussing the company’s construction of a 100,000-square-foot cannabinoid processing facility in Jeffersonville, Ind.
“You would be surprised how many people call me, especially late in the season, when they have a plant that’s starting to senesce or die. So, they have big yellow leaves that are falling off, and they call in a panic, saying, ‘What’s wrong with my plant?’ This is just a natural part of the lifecycle.”
Marguerite Bolt, hemp extension specialist at Purdue University and Hemp Grower columnist, said while speaking at the Cannabis Conference in Las Vegas in August.
Source: Cannabis Conference 2021