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White Oak Pastures, Bluffton

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  • The best duck I have ever had, even better than what you get in most restaurants in Paris. The pudding bread dessert is fabulous.  more »
  • We decided to drive an hour from Albany to have a birthday lunch at White Oaks. Although the setting is very casual, it was well worth the trip. The chicken quesadillas were superb and the burgers wer...  more »
  • The food was phenomenal, and the visit was informative...I felt like I learned alot! It was definitely a full on cultural experience, great for the budding scientist, behavioralist, anthropologist or ...  more »
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  • The food was fresh, delicious, and healthy! I had a grilled chicken salad and fresh clean water! Food the way it should be, all natural, grown there on the farm, and no chemicals added! We will make this a regular stop!
  • Wow! I am so impressed. I visited the farm today with my kids and it is truly an amazing place. The animal are treated so nicely and roam freely on the farm. We saw the facility where the slaughter and the processing happen and it is truly the most humane way to go about it. I was impressed how clean it was. The young lady (Jodi) explained how everything works and they use ever part of the animal. Nothing is wasted! They even make soap. The eggs are so fresh and gathered 3 times a day. I couldn't resist but to get a couple of dozen to take home. Their products are worth every penny and the farm is worth visiting to see it all in person. I have seen so many horrific images of the treatment of animal on these large farms that mass produce product that I had to see the difference for myself at White Oak Pastures. Amazing!!!
  • My family and I had an amazing experience staying in the cabin and eating at the farm restaurant. The hospitality by the owners and staff was first class. Thank you for an amazing memory.
  • Love the grassfed beef. The nice lady on the phone explained that the only reason it isn't certified organic is because of the cost of certifying the pastures which in turn would drive up the cost however in my opinion it is organic and from digging deeply looking for the best product this one is probably it. No bad stuff at all and no GMO garbage fed to the cows and the best part is they treat the cows humanely which is the most important thing anyway. Please people support this company.!!!
  • We've been fans of their chickens (which we get at Whole Foods here in Atlanta) for some time now so we decided to try their turkey despite it's "exorbitant" price of $6 per lb (again, at Whole Foods). Wow, worth every penny! The most natural looking and tasting turkey by far that we've ever had.