If you enjoy eating more on the adventurous side, try some of our specialty meats: Grassfed Goat and Pasture-Raised Rabbit.
Goats, like sheep and cattle, are ruminant animals, but unlike sheep and cattle, they tend to be forest creatures. They prefer to eat woody plant species. If you woke up to find cattle, sheep, and goats in your yard, the cattle would be eating your lawn, the sheep would be eating your flowers, and the goats would be eating your bushes. For this reason, we graze the goats in the forests of White Oak Pastures, along with our hogs. These two species work best living in a symbiotic relationship with each other. Our goats are Certified Grassfed by the American Grassfed Association, Certified Humane and Ecological Outcome Verified in the Land2Market program. All of our livestock are raised without the use of antibiotics, steroids, and added growth hormones.
Rabbit meat is an integral part of the southern food culture. Wild white-tailed rabbits have always been plentiful, available, and delicious. For generations, on this farm, the animals have been hunted by our family. The meat was eaten as a delicacy, and the hides were tanned and sewn together for blankets, used to line gloves, or utilized in other places for warm insulation. Five generations of our family have harvested this wild bounty from the fence rows and meadows. We chose to begin our pastured rabbit production to share this southern delicacy with our more urban friends. Our rabbits are never treated with artificial growth hormones, steroids, or antibiotics and they are EOV (Ecologically Outcome Verified) in the Land2Market program. All of our livestock are raised without the use of antibiotics, steroids, and added growth hormones.