Hemp is a remarkable plant. It can be used in a variety of ways, from food and pet food, to cosmetics and nutraceuticals. Other parts of the plant can be used to make textiles such as rope and clothing, building materials, biodegradable plastics, fuel and animal bedding. With such a diverse range of uses, combined with increased knowledge about the plant, HFA believe Hemp has the potential to replace many unsustainable and inefficient commodities such as cotton.

With pending changes in human consumption laws dragging on for years, higher inflated prices and a demand that was yet to be filled locally, the industry has evolved and is barely recognizable. From monopolies on varieties, to processing and markets being broken, through to a marketplace that continues to become more competitive, the progression will leave inefficient practices and sub-par products behind. In addition, the demand has always existed for export markets, but was unviable due to export regulations. From HFA’s point of view, these changes have contributed to the increased commercial viability for both business and farming sectors.

The continuing transformation, and the prospect of a sustainable industry including exportation, the opportunity is attracting interest from many Wholesalers. HFA can supply commercial quantities of Hemp grain for distribution (minimum order quantities), and broker forward contracting opportunities.

If you are interested in sourcing either conventional or organic Hemp seed and grain, please enquire below.

Growing Seed Supply

Viable registered hemp seed varieties for planting can be supplied through HFA

Processed Grain Supply

Whole and processed grain supply chains cab be setup through HFA

End Markets

Our Australian grown high quality hemp is supplied into hundreds of end products and many unique end markets



We are building a team of dedicated farmers who are willing to try growing an alternate crop, fill in the form below if you are interested.



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