OakwayFarmAndGarden
Oakway Farm & Garden

6091 West Oak Highway
Westminster, SC 29693
864-972-8900

OUR HOURS

MONDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

TUESDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

WEDNESDAY

8:00am-12:00pm

THURSDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

FRIDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

SATURDAY

8:00am-12:00pm

SUNDAY

CLOSED


Our Products

Here at Oakway Farm & Garden Center we strive to bring you the best products and services. Below you'll find several categories of products that we carry. Simply click on the category below to see a more expanded list of available products. If you don't see what your looking for, then give us a call down here at the store.

Our Products

Here at Oakway Farm & Garden Center we strive to bring you the best products and services. Below you'll find several categories of products that we carry. Simply click on the category below to see a more expanded list of available products. If you don't see what your looking for, then give us a call down here at the store.

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Pet Food

We carry a wide variety of food products for your pets:

  • DOG FOOD

  • Cats
  • Birds

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Wildlife Supplies

Check out our Wildlife Supplies, such as:

  • Deer Feed
  • Turkey Feed
  • Supplements

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Farm Animal Supplies

If you need supplies for your Farm Animals, we have you covered:

  • Medicines
  • Vaccinations
  • Care Products
  • Fly Control
  • Best Feed Mix In The County!
  • Custom Feed Mixing For All Animals

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Farm Supplies

You need the right tools to get a job done on the farm. That's why we carry them.

  • Hoses
  • Tarps
  • Fencing
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Safety Equipment
  • Tools

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Pet Supplies

Taking care of your pets is important to you. Therefore, it's important to us. We have everything you need for:

  • Medicines
  • Vaccinations
  • Care Products
  • Pet Foods
  • Various Other Supplies

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Field Supplies

Prepping your fields and maintaining them can be challenging. So we're here to help.

  • Grass Seeds
  • Spreaders
  • Herbicides
  • Lots More!

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Pest Control

Pests & varmints can be a nuisance. Unless you have what you need to deal with them. And we have it. 

  • Insect Control
  • Fire Ant Killer
  • Rodent Control

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Apparel

Check out our line of apparel that meets your needs. 

  • Boots
  • Jeans
  • Gloves
  • Socks

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Rental Equipment

Sometimes you just need the right tool for the job. We carry a line-up that is sure to lend a helping hand. 

A valid driver's license with proof of insurance is necessary to rent any equipment from Oakway Farm & Garden Center Inc..

  • 500 gallon boomless or boom sprayer with handgun. Great for pastures and hay fields to apply liquid nitrogen and broadleaf herbicides. We do NOT rent sprayer for Round-up (glyphosate) products.
  • 6 ton Chandler Spreader. Tandem axle spreader used to spread lime and fertilizer.  We do NOT rent spreader to spread chicken litter.


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Dog Bath

'Man's Best Friend' needs a little care for every now-and-then. That's why we have recently opened up a Dog Bath area that is going to make life so much easier on you. Our hydraulic lift will raise the washtub up to you, so there's no more bending over and breaking your back to give ole Yeller a good scrubbing.  Everything is provided in your own private washroom the shampoo (many to choose from or bring your own), towels, dryer, adjustable grooming stand. Because you do the washing, you are sure to be 100% satisfied. 

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Chicks

Chicks are coming the following weeks: Call to reserve your chicks or make your special order. All of our chicks are pullets (hens). We do special order roosters to make your flocks complete. We do NOT offer straight runs, as they are predominately males. With over 20 different breeds of Chicks, Ducks, Geese, Guineas, and Turkeys we are sure to have what your looking for.

  • Week of Feb. 11th
  • Week of Feb. 18th
  • Week of Feb. 25th
  • Week of Mar. 4th
  • Week of Mar. 11th
  • Week of Mar.19th
  • Week of Mar. 25th
  • Week of April 1st
  • Week of April 8th (NO CHICKS)
  • Week of April 15th
  • Week of April 29th
  • Week of May 6th

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OUR HOURS

MONDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

TUESDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

WEDNESDAY

8:00am-12:00pm

THURSDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

FRIDAY

8:00am-5:00pm

SATURDAY

8:00am-12:00pm

SUNDAY

CLOSED

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About Us

Oakway Farm & Garden Center, Inc. has been a family owned business since 1998. For over two decades, we have been a leader in our area for Agro-Business. By strategically aligning with trending supply companies in the industry, we have obtained a competitive advantage in order to offer the best pricing, the newest products, and the latest technologies. Additionally, we value our people by educating our staff with the most current and relevant information important to you.

Our misión always has been three things: First, to have the right products for your needs. Second, to have an in-depth product knowledge about the items & services we sell. Lastly, having the best pricing on those products.

Here at Oakway Farm & Garden Center, Inc., we strive to be "Everyone's Feed Store".

FEATURED PRODUCT

Sea Foam Motor Treatment

$6.99

Sea Foam Motor Treatment
Professional mechanics and do-it-yourselfers everywhere rely on this product every day. Sea Foam Motor Treatment dissolves and cleans fuel and oil residues and deposits, stabilizes fuel, controls moisture, and lubricates upper cylinders. Safe and effective when added to gasoline and diesel fuel and oil crankcases – Just pour it in!

About Us

Oakway Farm & Garden Center, Inc. has been a family owned business since 1998. For over two decades, we have been a leader in our area for Agro-Business. By strategically aligning with trending supply companies in the industry, we have obtained a competitive advantage in order to offer the best pricing, the newest products, and the latest technologies. Additionally, we value our people by educating our staff with the most current and relevant information important to you.

Our misión always has been three things: First, to have the right products for your needs. Second, to have an in-depth product knowledge about the items & services we sell. Lastly, having the best pricing on those products.

Here at Oakway Farm & Garden Center, Inc., we strive to be "Everyone's Feed Store".

FEATURED PRODUCT

Sea Foam Motor Treatment

$6.99

Sea Foam Motor Treatment
Professional mechanics and do-it-yourselfers everywhere rely on this product every day. Sea Foam Motor Treatment dissolves and cleans fuel and oil residues and deposits, stabilizes fuel, controls moisture, and lubricates upper cylinders. Safe and effective when added to gasoline and diesel fuel and oil crankcases – Just pour it in!


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Horse Pasture Pleasers For Spring

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10 Tips For Managing Your Pasture

1. Break it up.

Holes, ruts, erosion gullies and compacted areas aren't conducive to plant growth, are unsafe, invite weed competition, and just look bad. A heavy drag, disc or harrow can produce a nice seedbed and break up compacted areas allowing water to infiltrate and cycle pathogens and nutrients for plant growth.

2. Hold the fertilizer.

On cool season grasses, hold off on later spring nitrogen unless you need to thicken up a stand with early spring nitrogen.  Excessive nitrogen discourages clover and can increase endophyte levels in some fescue. Too much growth in later heat causes stress that respires the grass tops relative to the roots and shoots.

3. You can be in clover.

Some horse owners don't prefer white clover or legumes, and horses preferentially graze quality grasses. Yet these clovers and other legumes provide quality grazing, produce natural nitrogen and can offset some of fescue's ill effects. Encourage by clipping or grazing tall grass in the spring, hold off on nitrogen that stimulates the grass.

4. Rescue from fescue.

Most pastures have some and others have all fescue. Fescue is the least preferred new seedings. Special situations with brood mares and foals require fescue control. But, it grows nearly year round. To establish quality tall grass alternatives completely eliminate fescue in dedicated areas first. Good choices are orchardgrass, ryegrass or low or friendly endophyte fescue.

5. Too rich.

In spring, before tall grasses reach 8-10 inches, their rich sugar and starch content can nearly be equivalent to grain. Delay grazing or only allow sensitive horses to graze for short periods. Once the plant starts to shoot a flower bud, the fiber and lignin content increase naturally to provide a good balance of nutrients.

6. A time for all weeds.

Early spring weeds should be controlled before they're easily spotted. Control winter annuals like chickweed in March, spring blooming perennials like buttercup in April, summer annuals like spiny pigweed in May and June, and summer blooming perennials like horsenettle in June or later.

7. Fence, fence and more fence.

Horses need exercise so there is a limit to restricting paddock size to manage plant growth with grazing. If you have no cross fencing, start small and simple. One restricted paddock can produce a lot of feed and you'll have no problem getting your horse to graze a new area of stockpiled spring growth. Just like mowing a lawn, give it a rest when leaf area is down to 2 inches.

8. Clip and save.

It's ironic that you have to clip excessive spring growth to promote more growth. But, when the lower leaves start dying and turning yellow, the plant can't produce any more canopy and has maxed out – the plant then starts to decline without cutting or grazing. Clip early and don't let a lot of grass "windrow" to choke out new growth from the base of the plant.

9. Water, seed and dirt.

If you need to reseed cool season grasses, hold off unless your new seeds only need water and dirt. If it gets hot and dry, the seed won't sprout or the new seedling is stressed. Putting seed in existing, heavy sod or weeds will not let it grow. If you want new grass or to overseed existing pasture, you need to eliminate weeds or undesirable grasses first. Bare dirt or a sparse population of existing grass make seeding more successful without special equipment like a no-till drill.

10. Make hay the easy way.

Every day of good grazing is a day of not feeding hay. Any and all of these suggestions can help to make your own hay without using equipment, harvesting, hauling and storage. That's quite a discount on your hay purchases from a little time invested in managing the pasture.

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Managing Pasture During Drought Conditions

822 min read

A prolonged dry spell can be a horse or cattle owner's worst nightmare. Besides limiting a pasture's forage output, drought makes pasture plants more sensitive to the effects of overgrazing and trampling from hooves. Lack of rain can also lead to an increase in weeds—some of which may be toxic to animals—that compete with desired grasses.

Although they can't control the weather, pasture owners can reduce a drought's impact on their land. The basic principles of good pasture management also apply in drought conditions, and, in fact, the importance of these principles only increases during dry weather.

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Reasons for Poor-Quality Pecans

1915 min read

Pecans (Carya illinoensis spp.) can be planted and cultivated in any soil in South Carolina aside from poorly drained soil, hardpan or stiff clays, or thin sands with a high water table. Trees should be spaced at least forty feet apart to provide sufficient room for future growth, good air circulation and light exposure. When selecting a tree for your landscape, a cultivar with good disease resistance is the most important factor to consider. Other crucial considerations include yield potential, nut size and quality, bloom or pollination type, precocity or age the tree begins to bear, and time of nut harvest.

There are a multitude of reasons why a pecan tree may fail to produce either the quality and/or quantity of nuts desired. This fact sheet will cover the most common reasons for poor production (quality and quantity) of nuts.

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Common Chicken Problems

416 min read

What To Watch Out For

Maintaining a backyard flock offers great rewards, but it's not always easy to keep your chickens stress-free — especially when they're young. Understanding the environmental, nutritional and pest threats your chicks may encounter and knowing how to react to these challenges will ensure your chicks grow to be healthy, producing hens.

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UPCOMING EVENTS


WED

JUN

5

POND STOCKING

Stock your Pond on Wednesday, June 5th at 8:30am until 9:00am
Feeder Minnows .5-3" $35.00 per 100
Largemouth Bass 1-3" $125.00 per 100
Channel Catfish 3-5" $50.00 per 100
Tilapia 1-3" $95.00 per 100
Large Bluegill 3-5" $90.00 per 100
Sterile Grass Carp 8-11" $12.00 each
Please pre-order your fish at no later than Monday, June 3th. CASH OR CHECK ONLY!