Hemp, camelina, soybeans, faba beans--we have 40 years experience with specialty crops. We collaborate with other companies to perform trials on new crop varieties and get them into new markets.
We have a complete cleaning and color-sorting line. We invite inquiries about short- and long-term processing projects.
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Hemp seeds are up to 36% protein and contain all the known amino acids. Hemp seeds are a common ingredient in vegan protein powder.
Thousands of buyers in high-value markets in Europe and Asia buy millions of tons of non-GMO soy each year.
Non-GMO soymeal accounts for almost 25 percent of the European market for soymeal.
Scientists have proven that camelina meal raises Omega-3 content in eggs without affecting taste or production.
Camelina seed is high in Omega 3s, and contains about %40 oil. Camelina can be planted late. It weathers wet harvests well.
Low-tannin faba beens are used in sauces, canned food and falafel. Faba beans also make an excellent animal feed that can be processed on-farm.