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Colorado Hemp & CBD Law

*The information on this page regarding Colorado law is for educational purposes only and is not legal advice.

In order to be successful, a company must be compliant with local, state, and federal hemp statutes and regulations. Colorado has extensive, changing, and complicated regulations for all stages of the hemp industry. Trust Buscher Law to help you maneuver this evolving regulatory frontier.

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Hemp Cultivation and Purchases from Colorado Farmers

The Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) regulates the cultivation of hemp in the state of Colorado. Additionally, anyone purchasing farm products from a Colorado farmer for the purposes of resale MUST obtain a license (Farm Products Dealer / Commodity Handler) from CDA.

Let us get you licensed and keep you compliant. Schedule your free consult here.

Ingestible Hemp Products Processing,

Manufacturing, and Storage.

The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) regulates the extraction, manufacture, and storage of ingestible hemp products (food / dietary supplements) in the state of Colorado.

Let us get you licensed and keep you compliant. Schedule your free consult here.