Equipment Built for Hemp
Formation Ag engineers and fabricates equipment solutions for harvesting, processing, and decortication. We work with our farmers to develop cost-effective and cutting-edge technology to make crops such as hemp possible at an industrial scale. Plant, Grow, Harvest, and Process more with equipment from Formation Ag!
In addition to Formation Ag engineered equipment, Formation Ag is a distributor of:
Mechanizing Hemp Processes
Formation Ag is continuously developing products for industrial hemp. More information about some of our most popular product lines can be found below. We also offer custom built products. If you have an idea for equipment and would like to see it be made, contact us to get started!
CBD Focused Hemp Harvesting
Industrial hemp for CBD requires a gentle approach to prevent loss or degradation of oils. Formation Ag’s CBD Harvester uses oversized draper belts and reel to prevent wrapping while collecting the most material possible.
Formation Ag’s FiberTrack Genesis and Fiber Track 660 decorticators separate the hurd from the fiber. They accept whole and unsorted stalks, including baled material.
Each decorticator is modular for processing customization and capacity.
Harvested biomass is worth more after cleaning processes to remove seed and stalk. Formation Ag offers multiple options for cleaning material for a higher return on product.
Hemp Seed and Flower Cleaning Equipment Now Available
Formation Ag is working with GCS to provide systems for cleaning, sorting, and concentrating hemp seed and grain, and flower material.
New Hemp Harvester Entering the Market
Formation Ag and Bish Enterprises announce the release of their new jointly designed Super CleanCut Whole Plant Hemp Harvester
Colorado Farmers Produce Hemp for Less than $2,000 per Acre Using Formation Ag Equipment
Colorado hemp farmers have successfully utilized Formation Ag’s equipment to reduce the cost of hemp production to less than $2,000 per acre.
Myth #10: “I don’t need to be worried about cross-pollination when growing a CBD crop”
The best way to mitigate cross pollination is to grow indoors with air filters to protect the plants from uncontrolled pollination. But this is totally unrealistic for large scale operations.