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What’s in your Jeep, Will Harris?

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Ignite the Consumer Revolution for Regenerative Agriculture

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Simply stated: Chickens aren’t vegetarian. They just ain’t.

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Look Inside Our 19th Century General Store

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We’ve been working hard all summer to restore Bluffton, Georgia’s historic 175-year-old general store as part of our effort to breathe life into our little town. This will be the first store within the city limits in 40 years. There are only a few days left until our grand opening on October 15th, but we couldn’t wait to share our progress with you as we put on the finishing touches.

Holiday turkeys with a higher purpose

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Top 5 reasons to celebrate our 150th anniversary with us

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Join us the weekend of October 15th as we commemorate our 150th anniversary. We’ll make it a real celebration with our largest event yet. Over the years we’ve refined our traditions and skills, and like the wines Will Harris is well known to enjoy, we only get better with age. If you’re on the fence about what to do the weekend of October 15th, check out the top five reasons to spend it in Bluffton.

Honey as pure as the land

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Meet Mary, Queen of Brussels (Sprouts)

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As we kick off the Fall season of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, we are excited to introduce you to one of our organic garden managers, Mary Bruce! We love the way Mary involves herself in so many different functions at White Oak Pastures: she’s also a leather craftswoman, a biodiesel chemist, and she oversees our pastured rabbit and honeybee programs. She is smart, engaged, and always has great ideas for making improvements on the farm. Meet Mary, and catch up on what she’s up to this Fall!

Day in the Life of John Pedersen, Hog Manager, Midwife to Sows

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Photo by Laura Mortelliti

We’ve got balls at White Oak Pastures

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Castration of male animals is a common practice in the livestock industry. Said to reduce aggression, the practice likely came about with the confinement of cattle in crowded conditions where the animals aren’t free to roam and express natural instinctive behaviors. As Will Harris says, you just can’t keep a bunch of bulls in confinement; it’s like the worst prison movie you’ve ever seen.

Creating a bee-friendly environment (it’s easier than you think!)

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The many dogs of White Oak Pastures

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Bacon-wrapped Pasture-Raised Chicken Legs and Smoked Sugar-Free Bacon
Tallow Be Thy Name is a new non-dairy butter substitute made from grassfed beef tallow.


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