Ken Iverson is the founder of FSOil, but he's not your typical supplier. First and foremost Ken is a farmer. After supporting his dad with CDB to manage pain in life-transition, Ken knew that he needed to get more involved in producing quality hemp extracts. He turned his multi-generational farming knowledge to growing industrial hemp for consumer products. Whether it's plant spacing, disease concerns, plant nutrition, harvesting, drying or oil production, Ken is involved with it all, and today he is widely responsible for creating industry leading standards for cultivation and extraction.
In keeping with leading and setting the highest standards in the U.S. hemp industry, FSOil carries multiple certifications: current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) certified, USDA certified Organic, Kosher and Hemp Authority certified, and they were the first hemp farm to receive global Gap certification.
Learn more from the FSOil co-founder, where he believes the state of the industry may be heading, and how this vertical supplier supports quality seed through sale.
About our speaker:
Ken Iverson, co-owner Iverson Family Farms
Ken Iverson is co-owner of Iverson Family Farms. He also is a co-owner of Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm and FSOil. Ken is a graduate from Oregon State University and a proud farmer ever since. His farm has grown over 100 different crops over the years with Ken attending to the agronomic needs. His current venture into industrial hemp started in 2016 and CBD oil extraction in 2017 with Ken leading the charge in many of the current growing and extraction practices now used in the industry. Whether its plant spacing, disease concerns, plant nutrition, harvesting, drying or oil production, Ken has been involved with it all.
"I was raised on the farm, I've been involved in the farming life my whole life. We had an opportunity to grow hemp for CBD, and we did it because we wanted to help people." – Ken Iverson, co-owner Iverson Family Farms