We are fiercely proud of what we do at White Oak Pastures and believe farms and food companies should operate with full transparency. We invite you to come see our work, meet our family, dine with us, and spend the night on our farm.
We produce cattle, sheep, goats, swine and poultry with regenerative holistic production practices. 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. We are one of the only farms in the United States that have both red meat and poultry abattoirs located on our farm.
We encourage all of our customers to know how their food is produced. The ultimate commitment to understanding a food system is to visit it. You are welcome to join us for one of our tours. If you would like to see the processing abattoirs in production, please be sure to schedule your tour on a Monday-Friday.
As this is a true working farm, we suggest you dress appropriately in boots and weather-protective apparel.
Walking Tour: This guided tour will allow you to observe both the red meat and poultry abattoirs, leather workshop/tallow room/pet chew production, General Store and Bluffton history.
A walking tour is given each Saturday at 11 AM. Please call to reserve your spot on that tour at 229-641-2081. It will leave from our General Store: 101 Church Street, Bluffton, Ga 39824.
Trailer (Riding) Tour: This tour will be on our tour trailer, which will slowly drive down highway 27. You will get a more in-depth explanation of production practices, as well as more exposure to livestock rotations.
Lodging: White Oak Pasture is proud to offer overnight lodging to our guests. There are four one-bedroom cabins, nestled in longleaf pines. We also have A 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: We have two dining option available to our visitors; our Open-Aired Dining Pavillion and The Farmer's Table.
We hope you will make plans to visit us at White Oak Pastures to better understand the food systems you support.