Good Day Farm has moved into Mississippi’s medical cannabis market.
The company made the state’s first sale to a patient from Oxford. The cannabis flower involved in the transaction was cultivated at Good Day Farm's 130,000 sq. ft facility.
"As a proud Ole Miss alumnus, I'm elated to make our premium cannabis flower the first product available to patients in Mississippi," said Ryan Herget, head of Good Day Farm retail management. "As one of largest cannabis companies in the South, it's a privilege to serve thousands of waiting patients across Mississippi with truly good products grown and sold by good people. With six convenient dispensary locations spanning from the Tennessee border to the Gulf Coast, we stand ready and eager to serve."
Mississippi is the fourth state for Good Day Farm. It has operations in its home state of Arkansas, as well as Louisiana and Missouri. The company's portfolio of flower strains are available now, to be followed by Good Day Farm's full assortment of edibles in early February. Good Day Farm will also offer vapes and tinctures.
The company will open the first of six Good Day Farm-branded dispensaries in Hattiesburg, followed by Biloxi, Brookhaven, Corinth, Laurel and Tupelo.
Good Day Farm expects to scale its Mississippi operations, with plans to double its cultivation and production footprint in the coming year. The company has also committed to giving back to the communities it serves, most recently donating 840 cases of drinking water to assist disaster relief efforts in Jackson.
"Our team has worked tirelessly to prepare for this milestone moment, and we're proud to bring Good Day Farm to market as the first brand available to Mississippi patients,” said Zach Wilson, head of Mississippi operations. “From cannabis advocacy and education to jobs and charitable giving, we look forward to demonstrating our long-term commitment to Mississippi in the months and years to come."