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Georgia’s Independent Sustainable Meat Farms

Georgia is home to many independent alternatives to the factory farming of animals. Atlanta enjoys access to the products offered by the following farms: 




Carhan Farm, Eatonton

Beef. Order online and pick up at 1198 Clifton Road. 

Deep Grass Graziers, Fitzgerald
Beef. Order online and pick up at Atlanta location(s) TBD.  Note: Limited selection of large purchases, e.g. 20 lbs of ground beef, quarter of a cow, etc.

Falling Creek Farm, Stephens
Beef.  Distributed at Nuts ’n Berries. Also, order online and pick up at various Atlanta locations. FallingCreekFarm.GrazeCart.com

Four Bellies Farm, Bowdon
Beef, lamb, chicken, rabbit. Call or email to order, drop off at Grant Park Farmers Market. FourBelliesFarm.com

Grateful Pastures, Mansfield
Chicken. Order online and pick up at Morningside, Freedom, and Peachtree Road Farmers Markets.

Roswell Farmers Market
Beef and pork. Whole or half of animal delivered to your door.
RoswellFarmersMarket.com

Springer Mountain Farms, Baldwin
Chicken. Distributed at Publix, Fresh Market, Ingles, Piggly Wiggly, Buford Highway Farmers Market. Or order online and ship.
SpringerMountainFarms.com

Thousand Hills Cattle Ranch, Barnesville
Beef and veal, organic. Order online and pick up in Virginia-Highlands, or shipped to door.
GeorgiaOrganicBeef.com

White Oaks Pasture, Bluffton
Beef, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb, duck, goose, rabbit and guinea. Distributed at Whole Foods Markets, Publix and drop off at the West Midtown location of Whole Dog Market. Or order online and ship.
WhiteOakPastures.com

Will Harris, III, represents the fourth generation of cattlemen that has owned and operated White Oak Pastures of Bluffton, GA. Established in 1886, White Oaks Pastures has come full circle in its management approach, from the traditional animal husbandry practices of the 19th century, to the factory farming practices of the 20th century, and to the regenerative land management and humane animal practices that Harris instituted in the 1990s. In so doing, the farm has received wide acclaim and recognition.

Harris has served as president of the board of directors of Georgia Organics, president of the American Grassfed Association, and was selected 2011 Georgia Business Person of the Year by the Small Business Administration.


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