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Highlands Natural Resources Plc LSE:HNR London Ordinary Share GB00BWC4X262 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +2.22% 9.20p 9.10p 9.30p 9.20p 8.75p 8.90p 1,278,813 15:46:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 2.9 -4.0 -4.2 - 13.11

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27/4/2019
16:46
It's a vehicle to extract money from gullible, greedy gamblers. You will lose everything. one get-rich-quick scheme after another.
honestmarty
27/4/2019
10:13
I can see tons of green :)
under the radar
26/4/2019
16:35
i must be colour blind, can only see red!
bo90
25/4/2019
14:32
You missed the 800k buy then ? Lol It’s very cheap at the moment
under the radar
25/4/2019
13:17
a few?!seems like it's all sells for 2 weeks now
bo90
23/4/2019
13:47
placing at 8.5, to every man and his dog via primary bid... bound to be a few sellers... should clear looking forward
currypasty
20/4/2019
10:27
From LSE The CBD industry is blossoming, but Colorado’s companies are already deeply rooted BY KATIE FUSTICH APRIL 19, 2019 CBDIMAGE VIA SHUTTERSTOCK Since cannabis was legalized for recreational use in 2014, Colorado’s entrepreneurs have wasted no time transforming the plant into a multi-billion-dollar industry. Now, the recent legalization of hemp has sparked a nationwide boom of CBD interest and investment. And Colorado has a head start on the competition. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a derivative of the cannabis plant. However, CBD does not contain the psychoactive compound THC, and therefore does not induce a high. CBD is reported to induce a pleasant or relaxed feeling in some users, though, and is becoming increasingly popular as an addition to relaxation and self-care routines (just ask Kourtney Kardashian). Because CBD can be derived from hemp, which does not contain significant amounts of THC, CBD is effectively legal in most states — sorry, Idaho, Nebraska and South Dakota. Though an increasing number of regulations are being put on the substance, entrepreneurs are working to maximize CBD’s potential, and many of them are based right here in Colorado. Boulder’s own Mile High Labs just raised a $65 million loan facility to, as CEO Jason Roth explained, “secure one of the largest hemp purchases in market history.” Founded in 2016, the company has become a frontrunner in the industry by creating a complete, end-to-end CBD product pipeline on an industrial scale. We see CBD becoming a staple of everyday life, much like coffee and nutritional supplements.” “[We will use] these millions of pounds of biomass [to] guarantee we can continue to meet the increasing global demand for CBD,” Roth told Built In. CBD is getting so big, Roth said, that it is poised to outgrow the existing cannabis market in a few short years. “We see CBD becoming a staple of everyday life,” he said, “much like coffee and nutritional supplements.” Continued Roth: “The industry’s leading business analysts tend to agree with us: Brightfield Group predicts the hemp CBD market will reach $22 billion by 2022, outpacing the rest of the cannabis market combined.” In part, those predictions rely on the continued legality of the substance. While major crackdowns have yet to happen, restrictions are slowly creeping their way into the conversation. In New York City, federal regulators instituted a rule that prevents restaurants from infusing food or beverages with CBD. Roth said much of the emerging regulation stems from a poor understanding of what CBD is. “There are a tremendous amount of misconceptions surrounding CBD products, their effects and their uses, many of which are attributed to bad actors in the industry,” he said. “A study by Penn Medicine found that nearly 70 percent of all cannabidiol products sold online are mislabeled, and we can empathize with the officials who are tasked with regulating this unique, naturally occurring compound.” There are a tremendous amount of misconceptions surrounding CBD products.” Part of Mile High Labs’s mission has been to “set the record straight” on CBD via a combination of consumer education and rigorous compliance. “Mile High Labs operates an end-to-end cGMP-certified facility and has developed one of the most scientifically advanced methods of extraction in the industry,” Roth said. Advocates hope that approaching the substance with pharmaceutical accuracy will help gain respect for the industry. Others across the country are working in that same vein, with concepts that aim to bring access and normalcy to CBD. In Chicago, a pair of young entrepreneurs recently started LeafyQuick, a delivery service that partners with local merchants to bring CBD products to your door, a la PostMates. Corporate entities are getting in on the action, too, with restaurants like Chicago health food chain Protein Bar offering CBD oil as a supplement to coffees and shakes, and Carl’s Jr. piloting a CBD-infused burger on 4/20 (nice). It’s not simply humans who are feeling the benefits of CBD, though. Parallel to the human CBD craze is a full-fledged movement advocating CBD for pets. Research indicates that CBD can help ease pain related to issues like arthritis in dogs, and some vets also use it to treat pet anxiety. Companies like Pet Releaf have built their brand on pet-friendly CBD products, and companies like BarkBox have begun carrying products like CBD-infused dog treats. If that’s not the definition of a full-fledged movement, I don’t know what is
under the radar
18/4/2019
10:01
I’m not - you get CBD from flower. You do know that the only difference between cannabis and hemp production is strain specific (before it’s made into CBD oil).Thats why you have CBD seeds as well as normal cannabis seeds. For instance google Charlottes Web CBD strain.
under the radar
18/4/2019
09:54
Do not confuse cannabis with hemp production
substp
17/4/2019
21:39
I’ve seen a few videos of the District 8 grow facility on Twitter and it looks really dialled in. The plants were healthy and have been topped lots of times to make the plant bushy with multiple top colas which keeps the plants nice and squat. They are planted in big pots so that the rootball has space to grow, which in turn leads to nice healthy/heavy flowers. It was well laid out and very clean which is very important as it means they are on top of things. All the fan leaves were taken off so that the light can penetrate the buds, which means more air flow and less chance of pests and diseases.This takes a huge amount of time and effort especially with so many plants,so it’s good to see that they are doing whats needed to produce the best quality flower etc. I have no doubt that the District 8 facility will be a huge success with the team running it.The ceo/founder has vast experience and does seminars with some influential people in the industry, so we are in good/proven hands. I expect that they will produce 4 crops indoors (40,000 plants)per year instead of 3 crops (under promise and over deliver) because it’s only a 13 week cycle and that includes vegetative/flowering and the drying stage. The big one for me is the outdoor crop...it’s massive with the potential for 250,000 plants per year.This will be more profitable than the indoor facility because you don’t need to pay for all of the electricity that HPS lights use. The unique selling point is that they are concentrating on the high end market whilst being organic and that’s exactly where the market is heading. All you have to do is look at Canopy Growth, Emblem Corp or Aphria to see how fast the industry is growing. They are running out of product in some States as they can’t keep up with demand.The locals are being forced to buy from street dealers once again for flowers. CBD is growing at a much faster rate than THC and is the future of this new emerging multi billion Dollar market. In time we could become a takeover target because all of the big players that I just mentioned are taking over all of the small/medium sized companies so that they can gain market control of the fasting growing sector in the world. We are in the right place at the right time ,with the right product. It really doesn’t get any better! All imo DYOR
under the radar
17/4/2019
20:44
www.nexuscann.com/mi-seminar/ Trevor Taylor Co-Founder/CEO of District 8 Holdings, A successful CO cannabis cultivation business Trevor has extensive knowledge in every aspect of a cannabis cultivation operation. He is challenging the way cannabis is grown, focusing on a sustainable, pesticide free environment. District 8 is considered the leader in craft, organic cannabis cultivation. He has leaned on his past construction and civil engineering experience to design what is now considered the "standard" in eco greenhouse cannabis faci
under the radar
17/4/2019
20:38
Bit of research www.enr.com/articles/43687-sustainable-cannabis-grow-facility-rises-in-western-colorado www.thedistrict8.com/site-under-construction/ herb.co/news/industry/district-8-cannabis-facility/
under the radar
17/4/2019
16:11
781,000 buy just went through. Tick Tock
under the radar
17/4/2019
11:38
Just bought another 100k at 9.3p. :)
under the radar
16/4/2019
08:00
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/highlands-natural-resources-HNR/share-news/Highlands-Natural-Resources-PLC-Board-Change/79702971
currypasty
14/4/2019
22:03
Difference in Cannabis plant prices between Colorado and New York, cannabis crossing state lines is illegal to transport but Hemp is legal under 0.3% THC level which Hemp plants are! https://twitter.com/fadec92/status/1117531675288834049?s=21
fadec92
14/4/2019
09:56
Cannabis companies are making their way to London to tap into a £100 billion European market and cash in on the Square Mile's so-called 'green rush' among investors. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-6918881/Cannabis-firms-head-London-100bn-POT-gold-good-bet.html
under the radar
14/4/2019
09:43
Well worth reading again ... 19 March 2019 Highlands Natural Resources plc ('Highlands' or 'the Company') Fundraising to establish an organic cannabidiol operation Highlands, the London-listed natural resources company, is pleased to announce a fundraising to raise a minimum of £1.27 million via a subscription for ordinary shares of 1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares") (the "Subscription") and an offer for Ordinary Shares via PrimaryBid.com (the "PrimaryBid Offer") at a price of 8.5 pence (the "Issue Price") (together the "Fundraising"). The funds raised will be used to establish an organic, vertically integrated cannabidiol ("CBD") operation in Colorado, USA, through a newly established and wholly-owned Highlands subsidiary, Zoetic Organics. This initiative follows the completion of a recent trial, which saw hydrogen from Highlands' rare naturally occurring gas operation in Kansas, discovered during the summer of 2018, applied as a natural, organic fertiliser at a cannabis operation in Colorado. Encouragingly, the gas mixture increased plant size, height, root diameter and flower count by up to 30%, surpassing expectations. The Company intends shortly to announce a proposed offer for subscription via PrimaryBid providing an opportunity to new and existing retail investors. A further announcement launching the PrimaryBid Offer will be made shortly. The PrimaryBid Offer is expected to begin at around 4:31 p.m. today and remain open until 9.00 p.m. on 19 March 2019. Highlights · Zoetic Organics will target sales of organic hemp oil, retail bottled tinctures, CBD-infused chewing pouches and pre-rolled smokables into wholesale and retail channels o Highlands expects first revenues by mid-2019 and profitability by year end · A lease will be agreed over an extensive organic growing operation, including a 33,000 sq ft indoor facility with a potential 40,000 annual hemp plant capacity o By 2020 Zoetic Organics proposes to plant a further 100 acres outside, with a potential 250,000 annual hemp plant capacity which, together with the development of new product lines, offers exciting expansion potential · Highlands will appoint an experienced management team for Zoetic Organics and intends: o To provide $2 million of start-up funding for the business during the year; and o To incentivise the team with 5 million warrants, exercisable at the Issue Price at any time before 30 June 2019, and 12.9 million Ordinary Shares to be issued in 12 months' time · Low-cost entry into a rapidly growing market - growing hemp in Colorado for CBD sales in that state is legal, and certain CBD products are legal both in the USA and the UK (subject to legal and regulatory compliance) · Near term focus on expanding hemp oil operations and developing the outdoor growing facility · Zoetic Organics will be developed alongside Highlands' existing portfolio of assets - production from the 8 wells at East Denver will cover the Company's overheads for 2019 Robert Price, Executive Chairman and CEO of Highlands, said: "Zoetic Organics provides us with a compelling opportunity to enter the rapidly growing CBD market at low cost and to secure for shareholders the value that our large, rare and valuable gas discovery creates for organic agricultural operations. "This deal sees us bring our organic fertiliser together with extensive growing operations, and we are delighted to have raised these funds to expand and complete our new vertically integrated operation in Colorado. Our immediate priority is to advance the discussions currently underway with potential retail and wholesale partners, purchase manufacturing equipment and expand our outdoor growing, ahead of our intended harvest of our first 10,000 hemp plants by mid-2019. Beyond this we will expand our harvest and expand our product range. "The CBD market is estimated by Brightfield Group to reach $22 billion by 2022. Zoetic Organic's operation will be totally organic and sustainable, creating a key differentiator for our products. We are very pleased to welcome our new Zoetic Organics team to Highlands and look forward to generating revenues and profits during the course of 2019." Funding for Zoetic Highlands estimates that the gross funding to establish Zoetic will comprise: · Machinery: $500,000 for hemp oil distillation and pouch manufacturing machines · Initial cultivation start-up costs: $120,000 for purchases of hemp plants and indoor soil · Expansion of infrastructure: $150,000 for expanded gas and water infrastructure · Opex for year 1: $1.3 million of which the main items will be salaries, grow supplies and utilities In respect of the machinery, Highlands expects that the more significant machines will be leased with a consequent net saving on capital expenditure of approximately $300,000. Furthermore, noting that Highlands expects Zoetic to be profitable by the end of the year, the final quarter of operating expenditure is expected to be largely self-funding. Taking these factors into account, Highlands expects the net cost to shareholders of starting up Zoetic to be in the region of $1.5 million. Zoetic Organics Highlands Natural Resources has formed Zoetic Organics, a 100% owned subsidiary, to establish a vertically integrated, organic and sustainable CBD operation in Colorado. During the summer of 2018, Highlands discovered a naturally occurring source of nitrogen; which was subsequently found to include hydrogen, making it a natural, organic fertiliser. During autumn 2018, Highlands began selling this gas to an organic cannabis grower and the results have surpassed expectations, increasing plant size and production by up to 30%. With this in mind, Highlands will enter into an agreement to lease an extensive organic growing facility from a company which has now ceased its cannabis operations. The management team have previously operated that facility, bringing with them all the skills and abilities for Zoetic Organics to commence operations immediately. To incentivise the team, Highlands will issue them with 5 million warrants, exercisable at the Issue Price at any time before 30 June 2019, and will agree to issue a further 12.9 million Ordinary Shares in 12 months' time. The Board believes that this will ensure that it secures the benefit of the up to 30% yield uplift for Highlands shareholders better than simply selling the gas for a few $ per litre. In a rapidly growing market (the US alone is forecast to be worth $22 billion in three years), Zoetic Organics will seek to distinguish itself by producing only premium, organic products. CBD is becoming an increasingly mainstream supplement, which is available in Boots, Holland & Barrett and other high street stores in the UK. Highlands plans to grow approximately 40,000 hemp plants per annum in a 33,000 sq ft greenhouse (a minimum of 3 harvests per year is anticipated). The land also includes the ability to grow hemp outside and Highlands has a target to plant 20 acres this year, equating to around 50,000 hemp plants, and rising to 100 acres in 2020 (250,000 hemp plants, one harvest per year). Operating at full capacity in 2020 could see the business harvest approximately 290,000 hemp plants in that year. Highlands will target a yield of 12 grams of CBD per indoor plant and 30 grams of CBD per outdoor plant. Estimated wholesale prices are $3 per gram although the Board believes sales made direct to retail channels could be at a premium of over 5 times this. The Board has no plans to grow any cannabis at Zoetic Organic's facility. Zoetic Organics plans to grow only hemp, taking advantage in particular of the regime being put in place under the 2018 US Farm Bill. The business is expected to generate first revenues in the middle of 2019 and to be self-funding by the end of the year. The Board has identified a range of opportunities to drive growth through Zoetics Organics beyond this, including: · Expanding outdoor facilities · Expanding products for direct sale to retailers · Developing Zoetic as a premium brand
under the radar
12/4/2019
11:28
hTtps://www.eriereader.com/article/weeding-through-it
under the radar
10/4/2019
15:49
There I was thinking Twinkle Toes had built up that tan on the golf course when it was actually out in the fields. I suppose those manicured fingers are actually green, rather than sticky.
honestmarty
10/4/2019
15:26
One of the most hones and upright BoD we have here. This is only going to end well.
kemche
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