Pasture Perspectives Videos 

Laura Mortelliti

We are proud of our holistic land management and humane livestock handling practices. These three videos demonstrate the work we do and how it is interconnected.

A Little Bird Told Me...

White Oak Pastures Team

A central component of our farm’s mission is land regeneration. We methodically practice holistic management to transform land that was previously row-cropped, in the industrial model, into productive, pastured landscapes. This is a lengthy, arduous process that typically requires over half a decade to once again achieve full soil cover. Leveraging multiple species of livestock is the centerpiece of our strategy. Poultry, in particular, have a unique role in this process, and require careful consideration as we graze ruminants.

Will's Wisdom - Planned Grazing Overview

Will Harris

Will Harris shares how he evolved from the principles of grazing he was taught at the University of Georgia in the 1970’s, to the holistic management platform he so strongly adheres to and endorses today. Planned grazing is one of the integral components of holistic management that helps generate the benefits of regenerative farming.

WOP - A Catalyst For Regenerative Land Management Training

White Oak Pastures Team

White Oak Pastures has become a platform for promoting the literal practice of holistic management. We are a working farm, but our scale has allowed us to also be a leading figurehead in the holistic agriculture world.

From our tour to our workshops, from our internships to our employment opportunities, from our Savory Institute involvement to our speaking opportunities, from our blog to our educational videos, every day we act as a hub for holistic management knowledge dissemination.

Lodging At White Oak Pastures

Monica McLendon

People come from all over the world to visit White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia. This is rural southwest Georgia, where accommodations are few and far-reaching, not to mention sometimes inconvenient. It didn’t take us long to realize we wanted to provide a comfortable, quiet, convenient haven for our guests to come and stay awhile! We have four cabins, a larger guest house and Pond House to lodge in as you enjoy our farm, dining, tours, workshops, and more.

Horseback Trail Rides At White Oak Pastures

Monica McLendon

White Oak Pastures has so many unique experiences to offer. While Equine Trail Rides may be familiar to some, we are certain that our scenery will be quite different from any other trail ride you have experienced. 

Explore our sprawling farm in a natural, peaceful way- on horseback! Read on to learn more and book your ride. 

Hospitality At White Oak Pastures

Monica McLendon

Our cabins are the perfect way to share the way of life here at White Oak Pastures with our customers and provide a window into a multigenerational sustainable farm. We welcome you to organize a trip to our farm and we will offer you the best Southern Hospitality and true farm-to-table dining. 

Meet Chad Hunter - General Store Manager 

Monica McLendon
Chad Hunter is a jack of all trades. He can arrange a beautiful floral centerpiece, deliver five-star waiter service, and also work cattle like a pro. We are so blessed to have Chad as part of our farm family. 

Origin/History of the Names of the Cabins

Monica McLendon

Our four cabins are named after Harris family ancestors.

Bluffton has a rich history and the Harris family has been here for 152 years. You bet they have some stories now!

Shop Now: 4 Day Inventory Freeze in Our Online Store

Jenni Harris

Shop Now! We will freeze all inventory March 1st - March 5th for a hard physical count and inventory module integration. We will not be able to accept any orders during this period. We look forward to this final step in digitizing our inventory, which will minimize shipping costs while improving accuracy and fulfillment.

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