Looking for certified care giver

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by kermit2692, Dec 23, 2017.

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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    Seed to sale is an ignorant concept. Why don't they do this with pharmaceutical industry and stop the opioid epidemic. Fact is they would rather profit off running small farms out of business than stop people from dying.
     
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    MrCharles

    MrCharles Member

    Send me a pm.
     
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    pergamum362

    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

    That has to many variables to actually anwser. As for the limits, i do not believe there are limits on what a grower can possess or sell. Prices will be dictated by the market and with the number of initial producers jumping in.. i figure itll start high, but as the legal market is saturated just like CO, itll plummet. As the smaller outfits are put out of business, the larger suppliers left will be able to dictate the whole sale price...none of this has much bearing on the retailer tho because they will charge whatever the end consumer is willing to pay.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    how and why would anyone invest without having any clue of monetary returns?
    Is this normal business planning? Profit margins are set, then business is planned around that aye?
    what dafug do I know, except to recognize a shill biz opportunity when I see one.

    "Hi" powers that be.
    I have a hundy thou I saved up for your non refundable lottery , ya know , I was a certified caregiver, oh yeah, no taxes needed to be paid either.
    Did you other dispensary lobby guys pay taxes on your investment hundy's ? that piss you off a little?
    Come to my property and just look at my weed and the awesome space I maintain, the money I make , the toys we fun with, at the space, the one soon to be competing with you tax free in the same system ! (if my raffle doesnt come up). I bet thats a real doosy to accept.^

    sure, here's my cash, I'll ramp up now, eliminate my patients, and start growing hundreds of pounds.
    by the way.. could you keep telling me how much money I could make selling weeds to the armored trucks someday mmmkkk.

    oh? growers are paid 800 a pound, oh, ok, so glad I poked my head up for this, how do I get out before the feds come?
    wil police then work for the lottery winning system ? help eliminate those pesky non tax paying no revenue producing card growers?
    and will they protect the already in place medical caregiver system, the one that pays nothing to leo, compared to millions in revenue for leo and the lotto winners.

    will they shut down caregivers before they shut down armored truck suppliers I wonder....
     
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    TheMan13

    TheMan13 Well-Known Member

    I'm thinking 2018 is going to be a wild ride for medical and all involved. I'm looking forward to seeing recreational roll out in 2019 to really mix things up. I believe if MMMA patients/caregivers can make it through 2018 we're golden :bigjoint:
     
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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    I think anyone who grows a quality product will be just fine. Hopefully still legal. If not it will be just like the good ole days.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    legal growers need more than good weed to profit in the medical system. It isnt a referral type thing. Good weed doesnt bring more patients. I never had a patient know another one, I dont register friends. I always have great patients but my total deliveries are reliant on their total usage.
    Ounces for $150, oil for 25g, it isnt a green rush as thought of by some.
    An oz or two a month x5 wouldnt be considered "being just fine" from a financial stand point in the legal medical growing for instance, even though a 2 oz per month is towards the top of many legal patients' usages I've known.

    many of us grow our own because all others cannot compare.
    We took our craft to the top of our game, spent the cash necessary to
    equip and control our space, perfected a perpetual planting/harvesting
    schedule too. We rarely have grow room surprises or failures.
    We refuse to take mold risks and care too much for our bodies to
    risk undisclosed pesticides. We grow for ourselves and/or
    We balance normal thinking, high use/low use/needy patients with
    crazy lying ones that slip in occasionally. They pay us for a farm share of our harvests
    to maintain our space, feed our
    habit, buy seeds, make improvements, have some fun sometimes, get a set of tires
    and some lunchmeat here and there. We request consistency, punctuality, longevity,
    honesty. we promise to supply if they promise to take delivery. Sometimes the plan
    comes together for awhile, maybe years, maybe never. We cant/wont stop growing
    with or without patients now, so yeah, we will be fine.
     
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    MrMayhem1134

    MrMayhem1134 Well-Known Member

    I am interested to see what happens, now being a part of this economy lol. Only time will tell I guess!
     
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    cubano

    cubano Active Member

     
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    cubano

    cubano Active Member

    I would talk to you I'm looking for a partner
     
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    silusbotwin

    silusbotwin Well-Known Member

    I like you
     
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    silusbotwin

    silusbotwin Well-Known Member

    Like DJ Short always says, there will always be a demand for high quality connoisseur grade herb, just like micro brewing in the alcohol industry. There will ALWAYS be a category of consumers that have a discerning taste. Ones who don't want to settle for Budweiser or Coors, but instead opt for high quality small batch runs.
     
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    MichiganMedGrower

    MichiganMedGrower Well-Known Member


    I missed this post. Well said my friend!
     
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    DirtyEyeball696

    DirtyEyeball696 Well-Known Member

    I’d take 200k a year to run your operations. I grow trees[​IMG]


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    DirtyEyeball696

    DirtyEyeball696 Well-Known Member

    That’s what I thought
    Nothing has changed in 10 years
    Money cannot buy you pesticide free weed, no matter how rich you are. BUT someone that knows what they are doing can make you a lot of money but it’s gonna cost


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    TheMan13

    TheMan13 Well-Known Member

    Have any of the localities up there passed MMFLA specific ordinances, as to allow for facility applications?

    I have heard like only 1% of the states municipalities have ordinances in place to allow for MMFLA applications. I assume those few markets will be pretty crowded by summer.
     
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    DirtyEyeball696

    DirtyEyeball696 Well-Known Member

    The problem is now they have to pass a pesticide test in order to sell their weed. Will be very interesting too see how many rich people put in just to fail just like everyone else in the past 10yrs.


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    pergamum362

    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

    Yes, you are right. One of these large lawyer firms has a map of places that have opted in, there really are not that many, and then out of those few, only a fraction have actually drafted and pur into law an ordinance. Seems like the pop up shops will continue to operate much longer than expected, as of now i have not heard of any bust in shut down operations from leo as of yet. A few cease and dissist orders but thats about it. Detroit has been business as usual
     
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    TheMan13

    TheMan13 Well-Known Member

    Failing the labs with bugs and molds and being forced to burn harvests ($$$) will likely bankrupt a few as well.
     
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    Bigtacofarmer

    Bigtacofarmer Well-Known Member

    Good ridens to all adding poison to their herb. May they all gag on avid.
     
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