Ryan Loflin of Rocky Mountain Hemp is the first American farmer in 57 years to grow, successfully harvest, and process a commercial-scale industrial hemp crop in the United States. This accomplishment has been chronicled internationally in major news outlets such as The Huffington Post, The New York Times, The Denver Post, The Guardian, LA Times, Yahoo news, etc.
Ryan is a fourth generation Colorado farmer who was raised on a farm that has produced alfalfa, corn, wheat and cattle. In 2012, Ryan Loflin created Rocky Mountain Hemp (RMH) and returned to the family farm, committed to advancing the hemp industry. The company is dedicated to leading efforts to legalize industrial hemp growth in the United States. Rocky Mountain Hemp continues to pursue the development of hemp seed genetics while perfecting the nuances of hemp farming in Colorado. RMH is building several hemp processing facilities in Ryan’s hometown of Springfield. RMH will create multiple hemp products at our Colorado facilities that include hemp pellets, hempcrete material, and hemp core powders.