Dairy, wine … hemp?
Cannabis is one of the most widely available illicit drugs in New Zealand. Billionaire businessman Richard Branson has urged kiwi farmers to swap cows for cannabis. Speaking to New Zealand broadcaster Newshub during a recent trip to the country, Mr Branson said that he sees a significant business opportunity for the country’s dairy farmers inRead More
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