Once a person’s application is approved by the Missouri Department of Agriculture and a registration number (29_RXXXXX) has been received, they may begin producing viable industrial hemp on the registered parcels indicated on their approval certificate, in accordance with all state and federal law.

Hemp Program Rules

Lot Identification Form

Submit to reporting.hemp@mda.mo.gov within thirty (30) days after commencement of production.

See Lot Identification Guidance for additional instructions.

Lot Report

Complete within thirty (30) days of each activity (planting, sampling, harvest).

Submission only upon request. Will be reviewed upon inspection. Retain for three (3) years.

FSA Report

Report to local FSA office as soon as possible after planting.

Review the USDA Hemp and Farm Programs page and our FSA Guidance for more information.

Sampling

All industrial hemp lots must be sampled within fifteen (15) days prior to harvest by a Certified Industrial Hemp Sampler in accordance with the Sampling Protocol

Testing

For compliance testing, Missouri Registered Producers may select any laboratory that is:

Additional details are discussed in:

Certificates of Analysis (CoA)

Submit to reporting.hemp@mda.mo.gov

  • Within thirty (30) days for lots that are compliant or “pass”
  • Within three (3) days for lots that are not compliant or “fail”, or any retest
Transport

When transporting viable industrial hemp within Missouri, the following documentation must be included in the shipment:

  • Copy of your registration and/or permit
  • Certificate(s) of analysis, if applicable
  • Bill of lading or sales invoice, if applicable
  • Chain of custody (for samples)
Destruction

Destruction Protocol

Annual Report

For Reporting Period: Jan. 2, 2020 – Nov. 1, 2020
Must be submitted by Nov. 6, 2020

Annual Report for Registered Producers

Approved Operations

The following list includes all approved operations, including permits.

Approved Operations