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Why I love Farming

Today I am going to write about why I love farming. For the past few years me and my Mom have always wanted to have a small farm with a couple chickens and maybe some livestock, I would never imagine we would have sixty chickens and five pigs with piglets on the way. 104 more words

4-H Heritage Breeds/Small Sustainable Farming Project

Flavor of Georgia: Chef Reid’s pastured chorizo sausage

This week, White Oak Pastures’ Chef Reid was a finalist in the 10th Annual Flavor of Georgia contest hosted by the University of Georgia. Our pastured… 202 more words

Staff Spotlight

Moving In

I have moved the majority of my life over to the new farm, with a few important things remaining at the old farm. It feels good to get a fresh start, although it certainly is stressful and tiring. 613 more words

Peanut pride

March is National Peanut Month. Peanuts are the official state crop of Georgia, and for good reason: nearly half of the peanuts produced in the U.S. 280 more words

Farm Life

Rotational Grazing on our small farm

If you don’t have massive expanses of pasture for continuous grazing you should look into rotational grazing, as it is an amazing way to make use of small areas. 178 more words

4-H Heritage Breeds/Small Sustainable Farming Project

Time to reserve your Happy Hog!

Morning Folks!

It is time to reserve your happy hog from Full Boar Farm!

I have a limited amount of pigs set aside for you to purchase as a whole or half hog. 385 more words

Fellowship of the Pig

The day that I got Frodo I was pretty excited to see him. Frodo is a baby kunekune boar that weighs around 20 pounds and has very gritty nasty hair. 242 more words

4-H Heritage Breeds/Small Sustainable Farming Project