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Cannabis University, incorporated in Colorado since 2008, has formed Hemp Services, an “in-state industrial hemp processor” of agricultural seed.

The Denver-based company will have a scalping facility in northern Colorado.

Futures contracts with growers from around the state of Colorado are now available for industrial hemp processing. Cannabis University, in partnership with the not-for-profit Native American ministry greenfaith, will separate from the hemp flowers seed crop that has been certified as having “no more than three tenths of one percent of THC, (.003 percent), dry.” C.R.S. 25-18.7-101(3). Hemp Services welcomes inquiries about entering into the required futures contracts by calling 303-886-7998 or go to www.cannabisuniversitycolorado.com.

Date: 6/24/2013



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