BastCore’s Hemp Fiber & Wood Products

Hemp Products we sell

Tfiber

Textile grade fiber

Mcore

Micronized core wood

Ccore

Chipped core wood

Cfiber

Composite grade bast fiber

Hemp Fibers

Hemp fibers are used for textiles, paper, building materials, and other industrial products. Hurds, or shives, are short woody hemp fibers typically found inside the stalk. They’re used for making hempcrete, clothing, textiles, bedding materials, absorbents, particle board, ceiling panels, compost, and other industrial products. Bast fibers make up the outer portion of the stalk and are typically split into three categories — primary, or line fiber, secondary, and the tow.

BASTCORE
Hemp Advantages

How You Benefit

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Strong fiber
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Mold resistant
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Fire resistant
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Antimicrobial
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Wood is highly absorbent
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Renewable and sustainable
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High moisture regain

Farmers

Trusted Partnerships with American Hemp Farmers is the foundation for our success.

We aim to establish partnerships with the selected community of Farmers, to sustainably deliver long-term grassroots solutions imperative to retaining a balanced ecosystem.

What Are People Saying?

BastCore’s connection to our broader fiber system will create opportunity for larger retailers looking to make inventive blends of hemp and Climate Beneficial Wool. They will also offer small fiber mills the potential to create farm yarns that combine the beauty of protein fibers and cellulose fibers all grown within the same region.

- A New Breed of Fiber Mill: BastCore Hemp Processing | Nov. 2017

 

Maddy Bartsch

Fibershed Reporter

“Hemp is a more sustainable, organic, and regenerative agricultural crop and most everything that you can make with cotton can be made with hemp, with way less impact on the Earth.” - Morris Beegle, co-founder, and president of WAFBA (We Are For Better Alternatives) told Forbes.com

Morris Beegle

Co-founder and President of WAFBA (We Are For Better Alternatives)
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