How Fox Sports’s Snake Farm Is Changing the Future of Industrial Hemp Farming
Snake farm soil is now the main source of industrial hemp growing in the United States.
Fox Sports’ “Fox & Sons” crew spent the weekend testing a variety of industrial farms on their farm in West Virginia.
The show showed how Snake Farm’s “Mulberry” hemp seeds were used to grow hemp at the farm.
The farm produces hemp oil for a variety in the form of seed oil.
“Mum and Dad” star and Hemp World founder Mike Farrell was also on the show.
“Fox is very good at finding interesting places to do a show that has such an impact on people,” Farrell said on the “Fox Sports” podcast.
“I can see that from the outside.
I think it’s a good way to do it.”
Fox is known for using hemp as a marketing tool.
The network produced a “Hemp Week” video earlier this year that showed farmers in the state growing hemp for a company that sells industrial hemp seed.