Martin Smith, CEO of United Global Co-opportunities, checked out a bale of industrial hemp Tuesday during a Kentucky industrial hemp pilot programs news conference at a G.F. Vaughan warehouse on South Forbes Road. State Agriculture Commissioner James Comer spoke at the event.
Martin Smith, CEO of United Global Co-opportunities, checked out a bale of industrial hemp Tuesday during a Kentucky industrial hemp pilot programs news conference at a G.F. Vaughan warehouse on South Forbes Road. State Agriculture Commissioner James Comer spoke at the event. Herald-Leader
Martin Smith, CEO of United Global Co-opportunities, checked out a bale of industrial hemp Tuesday during a Kentucky industrial hemp pilot programs news conference at a G.F. Vaughan warehouse on South Forbes Road. State Agriculture Commissioner James Comer spoke at the event. Herald-Leader

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