Book Your Visit to Our Farm
We are fiercely proud of what we do at White Oak Pastures, and we enjoy showing it to people. We also believe farms and food companies should operate with full transparency. In addition to that, we are gracious southern people and the enjoyment of entertaining guests is part of our heritage.
We operate one of only two on-farm USDA-inspected abattoirs in the country. Our poultry abattoir is also one of a very few in the United States. We produce cattle, sheep, goats, swine and poultry on the Serengeti Rotational Grazing Model. We have a Certified Organic vegetable garden, pastured egg operation, and offer classes for soap making, hide tanning, beekeeping, seeding, mushroom cultivation, butchering meat, and canning and preserving.
White Oak Pastures is not Disney World. It is real world, and you will learn where food really comes from. Wear boots, as animals are known to produce manure. Dress for the weather, as it might be really hot or really cold depending on the time of the year.
At this time, we are offering tours by appointment only. Please call our office (229) 641-2081 to schedule a visit. We usually begin or end with lunch in our Dining Pavilion.
Walking Tour: This guided tour will allow you to observe both the beef and poultry abattoirs, biddy bunny barn, and organic vegetable farm.
Guided Horseback Tour: We are excited to show you our farm in a unique way! Call for details on guided horseback tours! The cost is $30/horse per hour.
Lodging: White Oak Pasture is proud to offer overnight lodging to our guests. There are four one-bedroom cabins, nestled in long leaf pines. We also have available one two-bedroom Pond House, which sits on a peninsula of a 15 acre pond. Please call us for availability and reservations: 229-641-2081.
Dining: On our farm, we have an open-aired Dining Pavilion, which sits in the organic vegetable farm. Currently, we are serving lunch every day, and supper Wednesday through Saturday evenings. We hope you will join us around the table with meats and vegetables from White Oak Pastures.
Neighbors and Friends to visit while in Southwest Georgia:
Still Pond Winery
1575 Still Pond Road, Arlington, Ga 39813
Kolomoki Mounds and State Park
Blakely, Georgia, 39823
8930 Canyon Road, Lumpkin, Georgia, 31815
Lake Eufaula and Bagby State Park
330 Bagby Parkway, Fort Gaines, Georgia 39851
Meadow Links Golf Course
110 Meadow Links Drive, Fort Gaines, Georgia 39851
333 West Broad Street, Richland, Georgia 31825