NoCo 5 Hemp Expo set for April 6-7 in Loveland

Friday January 19, 2018 0 comments Tags: Loveland, NoCo Hemp Expo 2018, Colorado Hemp Company


LOVELAND -- As more states allow commercial hemp farming, farmers, growers, researchers and agriculture specialists will convene at the inaugural NoCo Hemp Farm & Agriculture Symposium on April 7 in Loveland to learn about crop methodologies, regenerative farming best practices and market opportunities for the industrial hemp industry.hemp-expo-5-logo

States from Colorado to North Dakota to Kentucky are taking the lead in allowing farmers to grow industrial hemp, the non-psychoactive cousin to marijuana that has thousands of uses from food, textiles, dietary supplements and beauty care products to oil, paper, plastics, building materials and more. Yet, sharing of information and research among crop producers and farmers has been lagging in this emerging field.

The Farm & Agriculture Symposium, presented by Bija Hemp, a leading industrial hemp seed innovator based in Denver, and produced by the Colorado Hemp Company, is a new feature of the 5th Annual NoCo Hemp Expo, or NoCo5, the largest gathering of hemp thought leaders, speakers, producers, entrepreneurs, and exhibitors from around the globe. 

For farmers and agricultural producers, the full-day Farm & Ag Symposium will highlight early learnings, recommended production practices and market opportunities from pilot programs in Colorado, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and other states and regions where commercial hemp crops are permitted and/or licensed to be grown.

The symposium also will feature new equipment for farmers and showcase agricultural exhibits.

Taking place over two days, April 6-7, at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, the 5th Annual NoCo Hemp Expo is presented by PureHemp Technology. Programming includes two exhibition halls, a business summit presented by Hemp Business Journal, a Global Hemp Village, the Farm & Agriculture Symposium and more, where NoCo5 will showcase the latest products, innovations, research and advancements in the hemp industry world-wide.  

Recognized by the Hemp Industries Association as the “Hemp Event of the Year,” NoCo5 is expected to draw more than 5,500 attendees and over 130 exhibitors. The trade show and conference is considered the most influential hemp-centric event in North America. 

Tickets and registration are available for the Farm & Ag Symposium, Industry B2B Day, the Hemp Summit, and to the general public at

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