Link Posted November 7, 2013 Report Share Posted November 7, 2013 Hello, I am new to these forums, and I am looking to get some answers. Your answers will probably shape the next year and possibly the rest of my life. I am thinking about becoming a legal resident of Michigan in order to grow MMJ for people. I am currently a Chiropractor in Indiana who cannot pay off his student loans on his current pay. In fact, I am below the poverty line. I see patients all day long and am always busy, but with overhead from the clinic and all of the fees I have to pay, at this rate I will never ever pay off my student loans. My loans amount to $145,000+ and gaining interest. Since I was a young kid I have loved growing plants of all kinds, but have never grown MJ. I am not putting this up to ask about how to grow it. I want to know a few details specific to Michigan. I have been thinking if I do become a legal resident there, I would start with as low overhead as possible for my first grow. I intend to do an outdoor grow only in the normal growing season similar to a garden. My questions include: 1. Is an 8foot fence around the area sufficient enough to satisfy Michigan law? Do you have any reccomendations in addition to the fence? 2. If I do not live on the property, is there more or less risk of my crop being either stolen or raided by police? Do I have to live on the property? 3. Are there any hidden precautions I should take other than the normal bureaucratic paperwork necessary before any growing happens? 4. I will probably post visible signs on the fence with my caregiver information in case my grow is spotted from a helicopter so that it is easy for the police to look up my information. Is this a wise decision? 5. Do you think I will make more than $14,000 a year on selling medical marijuana (that is my current net wage as a chiropractor)? If it will not pay of my loans, I will not uproot my life. Thank you for your help. immamymoulfub and Gepliesia 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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