Welcome to Your Garden Center

Welcome to Columbia Farm Supply! We are locally owned and operated and so much more than just a ‘farm store’. We carry a wide variety of product selections that includes: work & western clothing, hunting apparel, footwear, hardware, plumbing & electrical supplies, lawn & garden supplies, pet supplies & feed, horse tack & feed, animal health supplies, Holland grills, outdoor furniture and much, much more.

Owners, Craig Teal and Marcen Jeffiers have a combined 52 years experience in agriculture related business giving us an edge in the farm and home supply business. We both may be found daily working alongside our associates, encouraging and sharing in our pride and commitment to service. Service is what sets us apart from our competition.

We celebrated our 10th anniversary in August of 2011. Come see what we’re all about! We’re open 7 days a week for your convenience and look forward to serving you.

Columbia Farm Supply Hours:

Monday – Friday 7:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday – 7:30am – 5:00pm
Sunday – 10:00am – 5:00pm

Closed on: New Years Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

We are located at:

170 Bear Creek Pike
Columbia, TN 38401
Tel. (931) 388-1200
Fax (931) 388-3638

Specials & Coupons

Month of July 2014
"20 lb. Propane Refill SPECIAL"
Print an extra coupon and give to a friend.

Specials & Coupons

Latest Articles

Attracting Pollinators to your Farm

Pollinators are important to any farmer’s crop. Bees, butterflies, birds and even bats pollinate such wide varieties of crops as apples, melons, and broccoli. Continue reading

Is Your Hay Fescue Free?

Fescue toxicosis results from cattle eating tall fescue infected with a fungus. The heads of the fescue are the most toxic portions of the plant. Depending on the kind of cattle grazing on this infected hay, they may exhibit different symptoms. Most grazing animals will develop serious problems with reproduction. Continue reading

Help to Hatch

For large breeders, using an incubator to hatch chicks may be more reliable and economical. But for a small backyard flock, allowing a hen to do what she does best is a fun and simple way to grow your flock. Continue reading