ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BUYING WHOLESALE?

UPDATE: We have sourced a limited supply of premium wholesale flower to help keep our accounts supplied until the 2019 Harvest.

As of March 2019, HCH sold through our wholesale inventories of flower.  We are purchasing quality material from other local farms as it is available.

We still have HCH grown kief (20%) and sugar leaf (7% & 13.5%) available for purchase. 

Price of flower has increased as the market prices have risen.

Limited to stock on hand and subject to change without notice.

If you wish to secure flower from our 2019 harvest, please contact us at 877-541-HEMP or customercare@horncreekhemp.com.

Wholesale prices are available for bulk orders.  Minimum purchase is one pound.  Prices decrease for purchases of 2-9 lbs and 10+ lbs.  Multiple strains can be combined to achieve volume pricing.

To start, create an account.

  • Go to the bottom of the home page.  Click ‘Sign In’.
  • When the popup appears, click ‘Create new account’
  • Register with a username and password.

After that

  • Send an email to sales@horncreekhemp requesting access to wholesale prices.
  • We will send you an acknowledgement once we have provided access.
  • When you next sign in, you will see a new button above the retail product list

The sandy loam of that lakebed is ideal for cultivation of organic high CBD hemp plants. Healthy soil and healthy ecosystems support healthy crops. Natural predatory insect populations ride herd on others that might harm our plants. We maintain untouched enclaves where good bugs can thrive and do their work by night.

OUR PRODUCTS

We grow dense organic high CBD flowers from Oregon CBD genetics. We sell raw CBD hemp flower for extraction and herbal remedies. We also make our own full spectrum CBD oil, CBD salves, pre-rolls, teas and tinctures. Our customer feedback motivates us to continue growing, creating and producing CBD products for broad use. Our flower and each of our products contain high levels of CBD A, CBD G and CBC. Delta 9 THC levels are well below the legal limit of .3%