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...

Origin/History of the Names of the Cabins

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!

Will Answers "What Farmers Wish You Knew About Farming"

Will Harris answers the trending question: "What farmers wish you knew about farming."

When I was an industrial farmer, I'd have said that I wish that you knew how hard it is, how stressful it is, how complicated it is, how much work there is, or...it's hot, cold, wet, dry, dirty, nasty, shitty,...

10 Things We Learned Growing Up On A Farm - By The Harris Sisters

Welcome Hattie Bell!!

The Land and The Herd Are Meant To Last Forever

Top 5 reasons to celebrate our 150th anniversary with us

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...

Land, livestock, and the pursuit of a new logo

Selling premium, value-added meat and poultry to consumers requires a good amount of marketing, which is not something that comes naturally to us here at White Oak Pastures. Fonts, color schemes, photos and logo designs weren’t handed down from previous generations like land stewardship and...

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