In Tennessee, hemp agritourism is big business

Melissa Corbin of Corbin in the Dell covered hemp and agritourism in Tennessee for The Matador Network. She visited with Tyler Sneed of the Tennessee Agritourism Association, Bill Corbin of Corbin Sciences, Jennifer Nicely of Horse and Hawk and Jennifer Davis here at Rabbit Circle Rural American Farm Tours.

You can read Melissa’s Article Here….. https://matadornetwork.com

We are offering hemp farm tours this summer for Private Groups only. You may book at tour online or call 971-400-6420. Tours will consist of your party and the Guide.

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