Hog Killing Time
Come join us at the Old South Farm Museum & Ag Learning
Center in Woodland, Georgia for an Old Fashioned Hog Killing School on
Saturday, February 2, 2013. The program will begin around 8:30 a.m.
- 8:30 a.m. Hog Killing, Scalding & Scraping Class
- 9:30 a.m. Cutting of Meats Class
- 9:45 a.m. Demonstrations
- Chitterlings Cleaning - Casings Scraping
- Sausage Making
- Lard Making
- Cooking Skins
- 10:0 a.m. Demonstrations
- Processing Heads
- Making Brunswick Stew
- Meat Curing
- Lye Soap
- Smoking Meats (Smoke House Operation)
- 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. Lunch
- 1:00 p.m. Second Hog killing
We have specialist teaching classes at various stations
to explain meat processing. Each specialist will repeat demonstrations
several times during workshop.
Two Groups of Participation
Class Participant - (Observer) Attends
classes and receives FREE sausage.
Workshop Participant (Hands On Experience)
Attends classes and receive several bulletins on Sausage Making /Meat
Curing AND 10-15 pounds of FREE Pork Products. No
Meat Will Be SOLD except sausage.
Shady Grove Baptist Church will serve breakfast and lunch at the
Museum for a reasonable cost.
Pre-Registrants will pick up their paid receipt and get
their name tag at the front door of the Museum when they arrive. No
receipts will be sent back. Please Call To Confirm If You Wish.
Your registration includes touring the Museum. Use the
link below to mail with your payment to the Farm Museum. Credit Cards can
not be accepted.
Pre-Register by February 1, 2013
See pictures of our last Hog Killin'
Farm Camp is back!
Old South Farm is proud to host the annual Farm Camp
beginning March 9 through May 2012. The camp will be offered in
3-Day Sessions, example: March 9-11, March 16-18, etc.
Each Session Will Consist of 6 or More Classes:
- Milking a cow
- Gathering eggs
- Washing clothes
- Making butter & buttermilk
- Grinding corn / wheat
- Tractor driving
- Making sausage
- Honeybees & more
For meals, housing, transportation and classes, a fee of
$200 per camp / person will be charged. Each session will have 10-20
campers. Any child under age 12 will need an adult with them.
You need to sign up early to get your 3-Day Farm Camp
Arrive between 6:00pm & 7:00pm and end by 11:00am on the
Take you family to our Farm Camp, tour the Old South
Farm Museum with history lesson. Experience how our early farmers /
grandparents and great grandparents lived.
This is a far better vacation than driving to some beach hundreds of miles away.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call Paul Bulloch @ 706-975-9136 and come to Old South Farm Camp for the memory
of a lifetime.
The Georgia Peach Story
This new book from author Paul Milner Bulloch provides a
comprehensive history of Georgia Peaches. Bulloch, former County
Agriculture Agent of Talbot County, Georgia researched over five years
gathering information, photographs and interviewing growers and sellers of
those involved with Georgia's peach industry. The book can be purchased by
calling 706-975-9136. The cost is $15 per copy with $3 shipping &