Cattle at White Oak Pastures: Breeding Our Own Herd

In 1866, Will Harris' great grandfather brought a herd of cattle with him to White Oak Pastures. These cattle would have been Florida Cracker or Pineywoods cattle, feral descendents of the livestock brought to North America by the Spanish. These are the only two breeds that would have been...

Certified Organic Isn't Enough.

While speaking at a recent summit, Will Harris got a lot of attention when he told the audience,

“Some of the worst regenerative farm practices I’ve ever seen were on industrial organic, USDA Certified Organic, production farms.”

Grassfed, Pasture-Raised Red Meat & Heart Health

One of the best parts of the Regenerative Food Movement is that it binds together people from many walks of life. Whether the focus is on raising livestock, fitness, culinary arts, or health, we are all hungry for the same thing: good, clean food. We are grateful for our new friendship and...

Need lunch ideas for kids? Try these using pasture-raised meat.

Feeding your kids’ changing appetites can sometimes be a challenge, but using pasture-raised meats in your lunches doesn’t have to be. Between ready-made foods and creative recipes, there are plenty of ways to use pasture-raised meats in easy-to-prepare, kid-approved meals.

Celebrating President’s Day? Try one of these presidents' favorite meals.

How do you celebrate President’s Day? It may not be the most well-known holiday of the year, but at White Oak Pastures, we’ll get behind any excuse to celebrate with a pasture-raised meal.

When looking for President’s Day inspiration, we started to research presidential favorite foods on the...

Introducing Grassfed Tallow Butter, “Tallow Be Thy Name”

Introducing our newest product from our on-farm commissary kitchen: grassfed tallow butter. Tallow Be Thy Name is a dairy-free tallow butter substitute. Whether you want to season a pan and cook with tallow butter, or slather a piece of meat in tallow butter after cooking, our dairy-free spread...

The Beauty of Bone Broth: Gut Nurturing Nutrients

Our guest blogger Sarah Armstrong, along with her sister Ashley, are The Strong Sistas, two girls passionate about regenerative agriculture, sharing the carnivore way of life, & all things health & fitness.

Bone broth has recently resurfaced as a hot commodity - literally - in the health realm,...

Will’s Wisdom: Australian Fires and Imported Grassfed Beef

Fact: American grassfed beef ranches have lost most of their profitability in the last few years.

I have found it necessary to rethink encouraging new producers to embrace our regenerative cattle production model. I now feel compelled to warn them to be very careful.  This is because we veteran...

Why eat pasture-raised sausage?

We’re proud of the sausage we make on our farm. There is a noticeable difference between White Oak Pastures organic, small-batch, pasture-raised sausage, and common commodity sausage that you would find in the average grocery store aisle.

Brian Sapp, our Director of Operations, has responded to...

How To Perfectly Cook Grassfed Beef

Welcome to our master guide on how to cook grassfed beef. 

6 Perfect Thanksgiving Side Dishes To Go With Pasture-Raised Turkey

Your superbly-cooked pasture-raised turkey is going to need to be in good company at Thanksgiving dinner. Check out these Thanksgiving side dishes recipes for the perfect accompaniment to a pasture-raised turkey.

Eating Paleo? Here's Why Pasture-Raised Matters

Our guest blogger, Dr. Paul Saladino, "The Carnivore MD", is a leading authority on the science and application of the carnivore diet. 

As a practicing medical doctor, I get this question a lot, with good reason:

Is grassfed meat really worth it?

The short answer is: yes! The long answer is...

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