Weekends

White Oak Pastures

Explore the grounds of this Georgia farm

August/September 2015

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Jodi Harris Benoit launched the farm’s lodging program.

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Grass-fed cattle in the field.

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A salad at the on-site restaurant.

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Afternoon light at White Oak.

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White Oak’s heritage-breed chickens roam wild.

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Jenni Harris (left) and Jodi Harris Benoit with their father, Will, in his signature white Stetson.

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The farm’s apple orchard.

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Stay in one of White Oak’s rustic cabins nestled in a longleaf pine forest.

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A sign welcomes guests to White Oak Pastures.

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Farm fresh eggs.

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A grazing field where an ever-changing cohort of cows, goats, sheep, ducks, geese, and laying hens stay busy.

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Long-snouted Iberian pigs.

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Goose eggs for sale.

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Livestock walk the grounds of the farm.

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photo: Amanda Greene

Will Harris is the property’s fourth-generation owner.

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Guests can choose from many activities on the farm, including beekeeping.

photo: Amanda Greene

photo: Amanda Greene

photo: Amanda Greene

Sunset at White Oak Pastures.

photo: Amanda Greene

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