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Maple Ridge, BC

Tel: 604-405-4622

Email: riseoverrunfarm@gmail.com

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 We nurture the food, the food nurtures you.

Our goal is produce food that is nutrient dense, has a superior flavour & is very very fresh.

Our animals:

  • Eat only certified organic feed + diverse forage 

  • Live in their natural habitat

  • Are rotating free range (they regularly get new grazing areas)

  • Are treated ethically + humanely


NEWS From the farm

2019 Production plan

March 29, 2019

A different year of production this year at Rise Over Run with no availability of chicken or lamb. We will again focus on land design and improvement; including planting trees and irrigation. We will continue to have our pasture raised eggs for sale.

Limited availability for products 

May 28, 2018

We have almost sold out of chicken and lamb for 2018 so please get your order in soon. If you do not get an order in for 2018 we can reserve chicken for you for 2019. 

Sold out for 2017!

Our chicken and lamb are all sold out this year.  Order your 2018 chickens here.

Cerfified Organic

We are now a full fledge certified organic farm!  We are so happy to have this accreditation and to be part of the organic community.This is what certified organic means to us.

Blog from the farm

April 7, 2019

The cecum is a pouch located at the beginning of the large intestine right next to the ileum. This locale is at the center of the human ‘gut flora’ or ‘microbiome’, with the beginning of the higher concentrations of bacteria in the digestive system occurring here (1)....

May 29, 2018

Most vegetables are above 80% water. The rest are the minerals, vitamins and nutrients which we require to thrive. A simple comparison between lettuce and kale will allow for a demonstration of nutrient bang-for-your-buck. Lettuce is approximately 95%, while kale is ap...

March 7, 2018

What to expect for available pastured protein in 2018...

We will continue to have certified organic eggs available. We will be welcoming a new batch of laying hens to the farm in May. They will take over our rotating range system, while our veteran hens will be transiti...

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