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Patchwork Farm Oyster Shuck’n and Dance’n

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Poster for Oyster Roast, Saluda, South CarolinaCan you shuck your own oysters? Consider heading to the Patchwork Farm Oyster Shuck’n and Dance’n set for 6 to 11 p.m. September 17, 2022, at Patchwork Farm LLC, 110 Dairy Lane, Saluda, South Carolina.

Tickets are $50 (regular admission — oyster roast and dancing) or $100 (VIP admission — oyster roast and dancing included, plus special VIP area for dining, complimentary wine, promotional cup, VIP parking, and grazing charcuterie board table).

Oysters and “land food” will be available at the Oyster Shuck’n and Dance’n. No pets or other animals are allowed, but coolers are OK (no glass, please). Note: This is a 21 and older event. No ticket sales to anyone under 21.

It’s an outside event, with a rain date of October 15, 2022. Bring chairs, blankets, or towels for the lawn while listening to music. Tables will be provided to stand at for shucking oysters.

A Certified South Ccarolina Roadside Market using organic and sustainable practices, Patchwork Farm llc produces raw, local honey (see photo, below); seasonal produce; u-pick or we-pick strawberries; pumpkins and mums in the fall; and pasture-raised antibiotic-free pork. A “seasoned” grain bin has been converted into a farm store carrying South Carolina specialty products and locally made items for purchase.

Agriculture in South Carolina

With nearly 25,000 farms and 4.7 million acres of farmland, South Carolina is driven by agriculture. Agribusiness (agriculture + forestry) is the state’s No. 1 industry, accounting for 246,957 jobs and $46.2 billion in annual economic impact.

South Carolina’s Top 10 Agricultural Commodities:

Broilers | $979 million
Turkeys | $500 million
Corn | $168.8 million
Cattle & Calves | $133.7 million
Soybeans | $125.8 million
Cotton | $109 million
Chicken Eggs | $93 million
Peanuts | $83.5 million
Floriculture | $68.6 million
Tobacco | $49 million

(Images courtesy of Patchwork Farm LLC)

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