Like all the animals at White Oak Pastures, Will’s ducks roam freely on the lush acreage of the farm, feeding on seeds, plants, bugs, grubs and non-GMO grains. Ducks are an important part of the multi-species, holistic grazing program that makes White Oak so special — they’re rotated on the land side-by-side with complementary animals to make a stronger ecosystem, the way nature intended.
Award-winning farmer Harris is a legitimate star, not just in his native Georgia, but around the world, where his iconic work in conservancy is continually celebrated. Troubled by the shortcuts and conventional, chemical-driven direction he was seeing within his industry, Harris radically transformed his 150-year-old farm 20 years ago by taking it back to the basics. Today, White Oak Pastures stands as a leader of zero-waste, regenerative, symbiotic farming.