WHITE OAK PASTURES
White Oak Pastures is a six-generation, 152-year-old family farm in Bluffton, Georgia, that takes pride in farming practices that focus on regenerative land management, humane animal husbandry, and the revitalization of the rural community. Through radically traditional farming, Will Harris, a fourth-generation cattleman, and 155-plus workers create products for the land, livestock, and village including meats, and leather. The company is proud of its zero-waste production system that makes use of each part of the animals that are pasture-raised and hand-butchered on the farm.
Stop by the Artist Cottage between 10AM–12PM Tuesday–Friday to chat with the artist and learn the process of his craft.
In nature, there’s no waste. And though it’s no easy task, the cattle ranchers at White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia, work hard to achieve the same result. Discover the benefits of zero-waste agriculture, and join the White Oak team in crafting salves and candles from humanely gathered tallow.
Alongside White Oaks Pastures’ director of operations, learn to break down a whole hog like a professional pit master, carving out the shoulder, belly, tenderloins, spare ribs, ham, and even the leaf fat, which becomes lard for pies and other baked goods. After the demo, the folks from White Oak will cook up the pork so you can taste the pasture-raised, non-GMO difference.