— Handcrafted —
— Handcrafted —
White Oak Pastures | Bluffton, Georgia
Simply brined and applewood smoked ― coming to you exclusively from a veritable legend of the sustainable farming movement.
Simply brined and applewood smoked ― coming to you exclusively from a veritable legend of the sustainable farming movement.

“Insanely flavorful. I’ll never buy ham from the grocery store again!”
Jamie T., Bellevue WA

Heritage Spiral Ham

Pasture-raised pork from the rear leg of the hog is simply brined then smoked over applewood, resulting in the most juicy, full-flavored, tender ham.

Meet Will Harris

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.

Entertaining Made Easy

Simply brined using only water, vinegar, salt, sugar and celery powder, then smoked over applewood, this ham is unbelievably healthy and tender, with just the right amount of salt to bring out the rich flavors of the pasture-raised pork.

  1. Fully cooked and spiral cut, all you need to do is heat it through before before serving.
  2. Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Remove all packaging plus bone guard and place ham in a baking dish, cut side down. Add ½ cup water and cover tightly with foil.
  3. Heat for 10-12 minutes per pound. The internal temp should be no higher than 120 degrees to ensure you don’t dry it out. Let rest for 20-30 minutes.
  4. To serve, place the whole half ham on a platter with utensils and let guests DIY or help it along by cutting around the bone and pulling slices off onto your platter.

Healthy Heritage Hogs

Unlike the overcrowded inhumane conditions of industrially farmed pigs, which makes up 97% of the dry, tasteless pork sold today, White Oak Pastures’ pigs forage on lush pastures and pecan groves, while also enjoying farm fresh eggs, nuts and grains. These accommodations coupled with the mixed heritage breed of Tamworth, Berkshire, and Gloucester Old Spot result in the most astonishingly healthy, full-flavored ham you will ever enjoy.


What’s in this ham?
Pasture-raised pork from the rear leg of the hog is brined in water, vinegar, salt, turbinado sugar and celery powder. After brining, the ham is smoked over applewood. No nitrates or nitrites added, except for those naturally occurring in the celery powder. Contains 760mg of sodium per 3oz serving.

How many people will it serve?
Ham weights vary. A typical serving size is 3 ounces per person. Perfect for a spring gathering, use the leftovers in sandwiches and scrambles, plus the leftover hambone is ideal in split pea or hambone soup.

How long can I refrigerate or freeze this ham?
Your ham will arrive frozen. After thawing and enjoying, the leftovers can be refrigerated for 3-5 days or frozen for 1-2 months.

Where is my ham from?
White Oak Pastures, Bluffton, GA.

Does White Oak Pastures pork have any certifications?
White Oak Pastures is a non-GMO, certified humane farm.

They have Pasture Centered (Step 4) certification in the Global Animal Partnership program.

The farm is Ecological Outcome Verified (EOV) in the Land2Market Program, an initiative of the Savory Institute.

White Oak Pastures was named 1 of the 23 Savory Hubs in the world for its holistic management practices.

A Hero of a Ham
One of the most popular tastings we've ever had, Crowd Cow HQ couldn't get over the "pillowy softness" and "almost bacon-y flavor" of this heritage ham.


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