#THC2020 | An Interview with Dominic Ratliff of Happy Hemp Farmacy LLC

Photo Cred to HHF

What’s some advice for folks that want to get in the industry?

Well, first do what you love to do if you are a grower. Treat the plants like your own kids you.  Take the extra precautions just to make sure you put out a good quality product.

If you’re in it for the money, I say don’t do it because you want to be there for the consumers. I don’t really care too much about the money, I just love doing what I do and putting out great quality products.

Be dedicated because it’s a lot of hard work. It’s going to be hard days. Always open yourself and educate yourself because there’s always something to learn. If you are on your first cycle and it didn’t work, it’ll probably happen on your second. Be open on educating yourself and learning.

Photo Cred to HHF

How can people reach you and your quality products?

Happyhempfarmacy.com. You can reach us there as well Happy Hemp Farmacy on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. We tell our story and what we’re going through.

Photo Cred to HHF

What’s next for you?

To keep building and educating people. A lot of people still don’t really know what’s going on in this industry. All we can do is keep educating people, that’s my goal.

Keep putting out great quality products, and learning about new genetics everyday. I’m actually about to start breeding. I want to start having my own genetics and selling seeds and clones to people that want to use our product.

Dominic Ratliff with his cheerful smile definitely embodies the name Happy Hemp Farmacy. Him and his team are fostering quality products rooted in love, inspired by hard work, and it’s all for the people.

Here Are Some Take Aways:

  • Keep people first.
  • Do what you love.
  • Quality is everything.
  • Education is key.
  • Treat the plants like your own kids.

Who’s the inspiration that molded you for the industry? Drop us a comment below to let us know.

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