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Cattle Poduction

Our Farms in Cordoba, Colombia are included in the count of cattle as the largest beef producing region in the country,


In August of 2015 Valley Farms undertook a new venture. Cutting our 50 of our best stock heifers, we inseminated them

Coffee Production

Valley Coffee is currently reserved for a boutique Coffee Maker from the United States. Our "Washed Arabica" bean

Medical Marijuana

Proposed Medical Marijuana Production Facility In Formation: The Valley Farms Medical Group.  Private Stock 1,000,000

Medical Plants

Proposed Medical Marijuana Production Facility

In Formation: The Valley Farms Medical Group. A Colombian Corporation. Private Stock 1,000,000 Shares

The Markets:

On 22 December 2015, Colombia's president has signed a decree fully legalizing medical marijuana in a shift away from preventing drug crop production.

Juan Manuel Santos said the move put Colombia "in the group of countries that are at the forefront...in the use of natural resources to fight disease".

But, he said, the country would still fight illegal drug production. Up until now, marijuana production in Colombia had fallen into a legal grey area.While a 1986 law allowed for the manufacture, export, sale and medical and scientific use of marijuana, the practice was, until Tuesday, never formally regulated.

Anyone wishing to grow marijuana must now apply to the National Narcotics Council for a licence. Medical marijuana is used for medical ailments such as Crohn's disease, seizures, HIV and nausea.

Last year, Mr Santos, who has admitted smoking cannabis while a student in Kansas in the 1970s, said legalisation would take drug production out of the hands of drug traffickers.

The U.S. Senate today passed the FY2016 Military Construction and Veterans Affairs (MilCon-VA) Appropriations Bill, which includes language to allow Veterans Administration (VA) doctors to recommend medical marijuana to their patients in states where medical marijuana is legal. The language was included as an amendment in the Senate Appropriations committee in May.

“Veterans in medical marijuana states should be treated the same as any other resident, and should be able to discuss marijuana with their doctor,” said Michael Collins, deputy director of national affairs for the Drug Policy Alliance. “It makes no sense that a veteran can’t use medical marijuana if it helps them and it is legal in their state.”

On December 16th, 2015 tucked deep inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government's prohibition on medical marijuana and signals a major shift in drug policy.

The bill's passage over the weekend marks the first time Congress has approved nationally significant legislation backed by legalization advocates. It brings almost to a close two decades of tension between the states and Washington over medical use of marijuana.

Under the provision, states where medical pot is legal would no longer need to worry about federal drug agents raiding retail operations. Agents would be prohibited from doing so.

 The proposed production facility will be built on 420 acres currently owned. 

Licenses have been applied for and will include export licenses to provide Medical Grade Marijuana. The facility will include both outdoor and indoor production facilities, Extraction Equipment to provide "juice" to be used in electronic Cigarettes and pipes, and rolling equipment to provide pre-packaged medical grade cigarettes

For years Colombia's climate has provided one of the best natural growing enviornments for marijuana growth. With recent legislation it is our plan to incorporate bothe the natural growing season and greenhouse" controlled growing to provide a medical grade product. 

What makes marijuana medical grade?

Medical marijuana refers to the use of the Cannabis plant as a physician-recommended herbal therapy. A quick check of Wikipedia for Medical Cannabis provides an excellent description of medical cannabis, and provides a general history of cannabis as medicine including an immense amount of supporting documentation.

Cannabis as a medicine became common throughout much of the world by the 19th century. It was used as the primary pain reliever until the invention of aspirin. Modern medical and scientific inquiry began with doctors like William Brooke O'Shaughnessy and Moreau de Tours, who used it to treat melancholia and migraines, and as a sleeping aid, analgesic and anticonvulsant.

Cannabidiol, also known as "CBD", is a major constituent of medical cannabis. CBD represents up to 40% of extracts of the medical cannabis plant. Cannabidiol relieves convulsion, inflammation, anxiety, nausea, and inhibits cancer cell growth. Recent studies have shown cannabidiol to be as effective as atypical antipsychotics in treating schizophrenia. In November 2007 it was reported that CBD reduces growth of aggressive human breast cancer cells in vitro and reduces their invasiveness. It thus represents the first non-toxic exogenous agent that can lead to down-regulation of tumor aggressiveness. It is also a neuroprotective antioxidant.

The fact is, all marijuana can be considered medical-grade, meaning it has some therapeutic effect. If you are consuming marijuana to alleviate a medical condition, or the treatment of that condition, you are using marijuana medicinally, hence medical marijuana. Many believe medical marijuana has to be of a minimum potency or that it should be grown organically, but those are strictly personal preferences. Marijuana only needs to be consumed by a person to treat a medical condition to be considered medical marijuana.

Marijuana strength, or potency, is different from strain to strain with lower strengths starting at 2 - 3% THC, and strong strains with a THC potency level of up to 30%. Stronger cannabis does mean less has to be consumed per dose so if the patient smokes, stronger may be better in terms of their overall health. Organically grown marijuana, free of chemicals, fertilizers, pests and their excretions, is also a better treatment option for patients. Purity and lack of contaminants, including molds, chemicals, fertilizers or anything in your grow environment including pests and their excretions, are important considerations that patients must weigh. Lower strength strains can be processed to make a hash or extract to lessen the amount needed per dose and are a very useful way other then smoking to get your medical relief.

If you don't know where it was grown or who grew it, the marijuana you're consuming could be contaminated by anything. Commercial-grade (street) cannabis is often transported across the border in garbage trucks, used hazardous waste containers, and is often coated, wrapped or covered with any number of chemicals to hide the scent from dogs and devices. It has also been reported that some street dealers are adding lead to bags of marijuana so they weighed more. Perhaps the biggest concern for a marijuana consumer is improperly processed marijuana. Marijuana not properly harvested and dried not only adds weight but also molds easily. Contaminants are dangerous enough for healthy people but they can be deadly for the sick.

The facility will be in a high security zone.

We are seeking funding for the construction of the indoor Facilities to include equipment for growing, extraction, and packaging for sale in Colombia and Export.

Additional funds will be derived from the plants as they reach end of life via hemp processing.

Applications are in process to the Colombian Government for the facility to include controlled exportation worldwide.

We are seeking $550,000 in investments to build the facilities.

Valley Farms has formed the Valley Medical Group which will own the Medical Marijuana Facilities. Valley Medical group is a private Corporation formed in Colombia. There are 1,000,000 private shares of stock of which 500,000 will be made available to investors.