This Week on The ‘Lo Down: Harvest and Post-harvest Equipment
This week on our webinar, we’re talking about mechanized harvest and post-harvest equipment with Corbett Hefner of Formation Ag and Andrew Bish of Bish Enterprises and Hemp Harvest Works. Small or large farm? Growing hemp for CBD, fiber, or grain? Learn more about the nuances of various products on the market.
Date: May 28, 2020
Time: Noon-1pm PT
Please register using the form on this page, and we will email you the link and details to log on by phone or computer.
What you’ll learn about harvesting equipment specialized for hemp
Whether you are growing for CBD, fiber, or grain, you’ve probably seen a wide spectrum of equipment specialized for harvesting hemp. We will have plenty to discuss about:
- The proper equipment for small, medium and large hemp farms
- Various types of equipment for biomass, flower, fiber, and grain such as combine headers, buckers, shuckers, seed separators, seed and biomass cleaning equipment, decorticators, and more
About Corbett Hefner of Formation Ag
About Andrew Bish of Bish Enterprises and Hemp Harvest Works
Andrew Bish is the founder and CEO of Hemp Harvest Works and COO of Bish Enterprises, both of Giltner, NE. Bish Enterprises, founded in 1976, is a harvesting equipment manufacturer, design, engineering, and research firm, known most notably for its combine header adapters which have been used worldwide.
Hemp Harvest Works is a machinery sales business focused on bringing a complete line of equipment & ancillary solutions to both hemp producers and/or processors.
Prior to Andrew’s re-entry into agriculture & rejoining the family business in 2012, Andrew worked for 14 years in corporate retail management with RadioShack Corporation. Since 2015, Andrew has been focused on identifying and resolving the many issues currently facing hemp harvesting and processing, while continuing to develop solutions for the other commodities he works with as well.
In addition to the day to day business’ Andrew operates, Andrew also serves as a member of the board of directors for the Hemp Industries Association, including President of the Nebraska chapter and Director of the Colorado chapter, Vice President of the Hemp Feed Coalition, and Technical Committee member of the US Hemp Authority.
About The ‘Lo Down
HiLo wants to serve its farmers and the greater hemp community with the latest and best information available, especially during this time of uncertainty. We’re talking to farmers every day, fielding the questions and sharing our best advice, so these ‘Lo Down webinars are designed to do just that online.
Join us every Thursday at lunchtime to hear what we’re hearing, and get your questions answered.