Located in Knox County Maine, Blue Cord Farms will partner with growers who desire to have a cannabis farm of their own.

Robert Head and Mat Ladroga served together in Iraq in 2003. Assigned to Alpha Company 1-6 Infantry, based in Baumholder Germany, they forged a friendship that would grow into Blue Cord Farms. Mat has several years’ experience growing and cultivating (legally of course) as a licensed care giver in the state of Maine.

 In 2016, after losing a friend to an overdose of some of the same medications Robert was on, he decided it was time to make some changes. He began supplementing the prescriptions medications with cannabis. It made a profound impact in his ability to function, and overall quality of life.  Ask and he will tell you first hand, medical cannabis saved his life.

The concept is simple, Blue Cord Farms, Inc purchases the land, or help develop the current land and buildings, and equipment while managing their back end of the business that is needed to establish a farming operation. These farms are then rented to growers who have completed the necessary requirements. The operation can be built to the specs that a grower will need based on their state laws and operational requirements.  

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Phone

(469) 744-9951

 

Location

Farms: Rockland Maine

Main Office: Dallas, Texas

 

 

 
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Veterans

There are few people in America who, at a young age, decide to leave their families to accept a challenge and begin a new life in the military. These young men and women are broken down and forged into finely tuned members of the most effective fighting force on the planet. Then sent out to defend our freedoms in foreign lands. Not all return. Those who do find a new challenge waiting, transition. Learning how to not only survive but thrive in a world that should feel familiar but doesn’t. How to maneuver through the scars that only war can create. We understand the daunting challenge that simply returning home can be for many. That is why at Blue Cord Farms we believe that the adjustment starts with a purpose and the purpose starts with community. 

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One of the many benefits to serving in the military is concept of the unit or team being utilized to accomplish the mission. Sadly, for many of our veterans that is something that is decidedly lacking when they leave the service. Many veterans end up feeling isolated, like they have nothing useful to provide the world after service. Our goal is to help by providing training in marketable skill, as well as a community of team members dedicated to seeing our veterans succeed in business and life.

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Partnerships

Community is very important to our philosophy. Which is why we are always excited to partner with other organizations that share the goal of Veteran Success. As partnerships are created they will be announced in this section. If you are interested in partnering with Blue Cord Farms please contact us. We would love to hear from you.

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COMMUNITY

It all comes back to community. Our communities want our vets to succeed just as much as we do. Through the utilization of our training, assistance from our communities, and partnering with other organizations, our goal is to bridge the gap between the communities and our veterans to make the desired success a reality for both.

 
 On the 26th of May, 2018. At the American Legion next to Love Field. 

On the 26th of May, 2018. At the American Legion next to Love Field. 

Veterans Cannabis Forum in Dallas

We are proud to announce our first veteran and cannabis forum cohosted by the American Legion Post #453. Texas NORML and Texas Veterans for Medical Marijuana will also contribute. We have a fantastic line up of speakers who will share their experiences in the military, along with the challenges related to service related injuries, Veteran's Affairs and medical cannabis access. A Q&A will follow. 

****This event is free and open to the public****

Come join us Memorial Day weekend to learn more about what we can all do to help give our heroes a better quality of life.