We're the best at harvesting, baling, & transporting hemp in Oregon

Patriot Hemp Services has a passion for helping out hemp farmers. We offer free consultations for harvesting, baling, and transporting. We look at every option available to make sure it matches up with the needs of our clients.

Hemp farmers trust Patriot Hemp Services for their Harvesting needs

 As a farmer, you know how important it is to harvest your crops at the right time.

The process of harvesting and transporting your crops can be tricky. You need to get it right the first time. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you could lose money or worse – end up in jail!

At Patriot Hemp Services we have a proven track record for helping farmers transport their hemp safely and efficiently from harvest through processing and on to the market without any run-ins quality breaks. Our team has decades of experience in managing agricultural operations across Oregon’s diverse terrain, so when it comes to growing industrial hemp, no one knows the ins and outs like us! We’ll help you plan every step of your operation so that everything goes smoothly from start to finish – allowing you more time to do what matters most – running your business!

Hemp Farmers Trust Patriot Hemp Services For Their Harvesting Needs

Patriot Hemp Services

Here's How It Works

Get your hemp harvested and to market faster than ever

We will work with you from start to finish to ensure a smooth operation.

Patriot Hemp Services Drying (1)


Cutting your crop down at the peak of harvest season to ensure the best quality hemp.

Patriot Hemp Services Drying 2


After cutting the crop we let it dry out on the ground then we rake it up and stack it up to start the baling process. We press bales in block shapes for easier transport and storing.


We load the bales up onto a truck and move it to our facility to carry on with drying your material in our high-capacity drying system.

Our Harvesting, Baling, and Transporting Services Are Perfect For:

One of the most important aspects of growing your own hemp crop is harvesting. If you aren’t familiar with harvesting hemp, it isn’t as simple as harvesting your other crops. It requires specific tools and knowledge. That’s why we’ve decided to give you a helping hand. We have a number of services that can help you with harvesting your hemp.

What Our Clients Say

PHS has quality service with transparency in every step of the product management. PHS is very accommodating in regards to my schedule or bringing products to them to be dried. I have enjoyed working with all of the office staff at PHS
3G Hemp
Patriot Hemp Services has been great to work with. Honest folk with real heart for taking care of their clients. I highly recommend them.
Chris Fontes
Patriot Hemp Services is a first class operation. Dedicated, hard working, negligible hemp services. Easy to work with.
Billy Gallagher
Ryan Nielsen and team run a very solid operation at PHS. Very knowledgeable in farming, hemp space, and drying.
Sean Dimmick
You guys run a great operation! Thanks for helping Big Tip finish up the season.
Big Top Farms
Very responsive on the phone, gave great advice, and always had the time of day to help.
So Cal Hemp

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Most frequent questions and answers

Depending on a few different factors an acre of hemp can be worth between $2,500 and $75,000

Harvest season is between mid-August and early October

The number varies every ear. Hemp acreage is about 27,000 in Oregon as of currently

Yes, as long as it is grown and sold in compliance with the 2014 and 2018 federal farm bills. You also need a license from Oregon’s state agriculture department.

Yes you need a growers and handling permit.

Applications can be found on the Oregon Department of Agricultures’ Hemp Program website.

It can be about $0.60-$0.65 per pound

Oregonians grow more hemp than any other state.

Yes recreational Marijuana,CBD, and Hemp are all taxed in Oregon.

Hemp requires approximately 30-40 cm (12-15 in) of water per each growing season or rainfall equivalent to produce a crop.

Roughly 46,219 acres