The state of Vermont doesn’t produce as many acres of hemp as Montana, Colorado, Kentucky, Oregon, and other big producers. However, in 2019, there were more hemp licenses issued in the Green Mountain State than there were in California and Montana, making this one of the country’s top ten producers.
Many of those Vermont hemp farmers rely on Sterling Hemp to process their crops and produce the lucrative oil yields that they seek. Licensed hemp farms can use this company’s toll processing services to turn their dry biomass into quality CBD oil, with several different extraction services available.
Once you have cultivated and harvested your hemp, you can turn it over to Sterling Hemp to produce the following types of CBD oil extractions:
Prices vary depending on the service provided and the amount of hemp biomass being extracted.
Sterling Hemp’s state-of-the-art facilities are also used to produce and sell bulk CBD extracts. All the CBD sold here is tested with third-party labs and guaranteed to be free of heavy metals, pesticides, and other contaminants. COAs are available on all products to prove this and to show the full cannabinoid profiles.
Consumer CBD products are sold through the brand’s sister company, Sterling Botanicals. These include uniquely flavored tinctures and scented salves. Sterling Botanicals is built on the secure WooCommerce platform, offers 3-day, 2-day, and next-day shipping, and accepts payments in Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
Use this contact form to speak with one of Sterling Hemp’s representatives. You can also dial 802 448 4503 or email Info@SterlingHemp.com.
Sterling has a relatively active Instagram page, one that shows many of its processes and products. However, at the time of writing, the account is set to private.