About Our Farm
Hemp products are only as good as the plants used to make them...period!
Honey Hills TX is a family owned and operated, fully licensed hemp farm located just outside of College Station Texas. We are officially the 'Oldest Cannabis Farm' in Texas! Our land has been in the family since the early 1830’s. During that time it has been used for cattle, farming, and in 2019 became one of the first licensed hemp farms in Texas! Located in the fertile ‘Brazos Bottom’ area of Texas, the unique microclimate and exceptional water supplied by a deep aquifer well create a perfect environment for the cultivation of cannabis (hemp).
As stewards of this multi-generational farm, we feel that we have a responsibility to operate in an environmentally conscious manner. We believe that living soil, regenerative farming techniques, and completely organic inputs lead to healthier cannabis (hemp), therefore higher quality products. We realize that this is easy to say and lots of farmers like to make these claims, so here are a few of the principles that we use to grow healthy plants and living soil.
We pride ourselves on only using the highest quality organic amendments, plant based organic nutrients and biological fungicides/pesticides. We love our nutrient provider enough that we have partnered with them as their Texas distributor, so that we can provide the same organic/biological products to other farmers. Along with the use of predator insects, and guinea fowl for insect control, we are able to completely eliminate the need for synthetic pesticides.
We are also passionate about our regenerative farming practices. These practices not only benefit the plants that we grow, but they also benefit the environment by putting more carbon back into the soil where it belongs. Through the use of cover crops, no till farming, and other practices we are able to put more carbon back into the soil that what we use and sell the carbon credits we generate.
Our goal is to provide the highest quality cannabis (hemp) products possible and do it in an environmentally responsible way.
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