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Family History

C.W. Harman & Son was established in the early 1950’s in a small chicken house on 221 just south of our current location where we sold lime and fertilizer. In 1962 C.W. took his business to the town limits of Floyd which is now the location of the Jacksonville Center. There he began hauling bulk fertilizer from Greensboro.

After graduating from Floyd County High School and getting out of Danville Community College in 1968, Allen, C.W.’s son went into the service and then became a partner with his father in 1970. C.W. & Allen left that location in 1977 and relocated at the current location 5 miles south of Floyd. They started with a fertilizer building and a 40 X 80 building that housed hardware supplies. Business grew and ten years later they added another 40 X 80 addition. In 1990, after building another 60 X 80, we went into building supplies and treated lumber. In 1996 another 60 X 80 went up and we stared blending fertilizer.


In 1999, C.W. grandson, Allen’s son, Brian came back after graduating from Lynchburg College. In 2001, we built another storage building 80 X 130 just to add another 80 X 80 in 2005. This last addition would house the four fertilizer truck spreaders and close to twenty pull behind fertilizer spreaders. This gets us to the current business as we are adding one more time.

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In this addition we will be adding Toro Lawn Mowers and Honda power equipment. These two will match up with one of our best products in Stihl. We will also have a small engines shop to service any problem that might occur with one of these models or any other model that you might have.


Over the years we just want to thank everyone for all the support and loyalty to us and our family business. We understand how tough the economy and tight money is right now and that you could take your business to many other locations, but we appreciate the business and most of all the friendships that have grown over the last 50 years. We look forward to continuing our service to each and every one of our customers over the next 50 years.