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Answered by: Conrad Richter
Question from: Jeff and Melissa Delimont
Posted on: November 14, 2000
I have written to you several times in requards to preparing to raise Catnip on my farm here in Kansas. I first of all want to thank you for all of your help as the information has been more valuable than you will ever know.
As mentioned before, I am planting 3 acres of Catnip on my farm. I have found a buyer for at last 500 lbs of the flowering tops. As you previously told me I might expect a much larger amount in dried weight on this crop. My question is does your company broker , or would you know of anyone who may be interested in the remaining amount of the flowering tops and the rest of the plant as well.
Thanks so much for your help.
We do not engage in brokering herbs. We recommend Richard Alan Miller who is a broker specializing in herbs, especially certified organically grown product. We have worked with Richard for several years and we can say that he is honest and will work hard to represent your product. Richard also serves as an online commercial herb growing expert for our website. We will forward your inquiry to him and he will contact you directly.