Mike Tyson starts a cannabis farm

Mike Tyson starts a cannabis farm

Yes, that Mike Tyson. The former boxer, ear eater, and Hangover star has joined with a few business partners to break ground on Tyson Ranch, a 40-acre plot southwest of Death Valley in California. Tyson Ranch will be a fully functioning cannabis farm, with a hydro-feed plant and supply store, edible factory, and even an amphitheater and campgrounds and cabins to stay in. There's even a "Tyson Cultivation School" to train cannabis growers of all levels. It sounds like a serious spread.

Tyson's obvious attaching his name to this for some publicity, but he's also been an advocate of cannabis and CBD for a while, and another priority for the ranch is to hire veterans from the community, so there's good being done here as well. The ground is just being broken now, so it'll probably be a while before everything is built up, but we'll have to look out for it. Cannabis is big and only going to get bigger, so perhaps someday Tyson Ranch might be the best getaway in California for cannabis fans. 

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