Two types of hemp shiv have been used with two batches for each type. Two cylindrical specimen sizes have been considered: 11 × 22 cm and 16 × 32 cm. All the specimens were manufactured and dried in the same laboratory in order to ensure the repeatability and homogeneity of studied material. After 90 days of drying under the same conditions, the specimens were transported to ten different laboratories for compressive testing. Before testing, a drying protocol during 48 h was applied by all laboratories for all specimens. Then, a unique protocol for compressive testing has been applied using the compressive testing machine in each laboratory. Finally, all data have been collected for statistical analysis. In this study, the results obtained by different laboratories show low variability for compressive strength and dry density; which is not the case for Young's modulus. Three probability distributions, namely: normal, log-normal and Weibull, have been proposed to fit the experimental results.