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Hemp Marketplace

Hemp Marketplace

The Montana Department of Agriculture’s Hemp Marketplace is an online portal where producers can buy, or sell hemp. Users can also search existing listings to see what is currently available.


All listings require approval by the MT Department of Agriculture before being available to the public for search. Please enter all of the required information. Submit separate listings for each different type of product, even if the difference is minor. If any of the information does not have the specific choice that describes your product, please enter information in the text field labeled "Message to MT Department of Agriculture".   


The Montana Department of Agriculture maintains this list as a service to the Agricultural industry and particularly to those in need of hemp seed, grain, fiber, flower, or clones and those who have these products to supply. The department maintains this list and makes it available with the expectation that all buyers and sellers will treat each other in an equitable and lawful manner. However, the department makes no representations, express or implied as to the amount, kind or quality of the product listed or as to the character of the participants.

Montana Licensed Hemp Seed Providers

Current list of hemp seed providers licensed to distribute into Montana.  This list is subject to change and will be updated periodically.  The department is providing this list as a service to Montana hemp license applicants.  It is not an endorsement, recommendation or guarantee of the company’s seed in regard to germination, purity or THC levels.

Approved Types of Products in the Montana Hemp Program

The Montana Department of Agriculture does not regulate the production or sale of food, drugs, health supplements, or cosmetics.  FDA did not object to Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) petitions for hulled hemp seed (GRN765), hemp seed protein powder (GRN771), and hemp seed oil (GRN778). A recent FDA statement from December 20, 2018 on Cannabis products can be found here:

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has published a guidance document on “Industrial Hemp and Cannabidiol Policy for Foods”.

Non-Approved Types of Products in the Montana State Hemp Program

  • Commercial animal feeds (including pet foods, specialty pet foods, treats and snacks)

The Montana Department of Agriculture is not responsible for a participant’s business plan or activities and will not be a mediator between participants and any business associates or partners. We encourage interested individuals to contact a hemp trade association to learn more about marketing opportunities, such as the Hemp Industries Association or the National Hemp Association.

Hemp News


There are many components to the emerging hemp industry and differentiation between programs within the Department of Agriculture. Depending on the subject matter of your interest, please contact the appropriate person(s) listed below: