On Tuesday, February 14th, 2017, the Colorado Senate voted 34-0 in favor of a bill that directs the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) to study the feasibility of allowing farmers to use hemp in animal feed; currently the practice is not allowed. The hemp measure has now moved to the House for approval.
Given that hemp is non-psychoactive and rich in essential fatty acids, protein and minerals, it would provide a viable option for ranchers and a new end market for CDA-approved Colorado hemp growers.
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