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Three Stream Farm

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in the Comox Valley

Three Stream Farm is nestled in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, with snow capped mountains to the west and the Georgia Strait to the east.  There are three streams that run through the property, coming together as one to form Kitty Coleman Creek.  Much like those three creeks coming together, three families came together to purchase this rundown piece of property back in 2015, and so Three Stream Farm was born! 

Randy and Teresa Laws, along with their 2 daughters and their families all live on the property and have worked hard to create a place they are proud to call home.  With everyone bringing their own set of skills, ideas and experience to the table, they are constantly evolving and improving what they produce and offer! 

There is never not a project or ten on the go at any given time!

What started as a few older laying hens and a small, freshly dug garden, so they could source their own eggs and veggies, has now grown into a bustling homestead, where they are proud to be able to offer naturally grown products to customers all over Vancouver Island.

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What's New on the Farm

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Brie is pregnant and due with calf #2

We recently had Brie preg. checked by our vet and were so happy to hear she is pregnant and right on track to have her calf in March. 
We had her A.I.'ed back in June, but she because quite sick a couple weeks later and were told she could lose the pregnancy.  We have been observing her closely and thought she was still most likely pregnant but it was so great to have the confirmation from the vet.
We will dry her up (stop milking her) in January to give her lots of time to prepare for the calf, and then once the calf is born we will resume milking!

Fresh Three Stream Farm Lamb available

Our Three Stream Farm born and raised, 100% grass fed lamb is now available.  .  
We only restock lamb once a year and we have a very limited supply. 
Check out the products page for whats available.

Christmas Turkeys


Christmas turkeys are available to order now, for pick up December 1st and December 8th.  We process them at the beginning of December, because its just too hectic trying to fit that in right before Christmas, so they will need to be frozen if you plan on enjoying it for Christmas dinner.

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Here on the Farm


Chickens and Turkeys

All of our laying hens, broilers and turkeys come to the farm as day old chicks.  They are raised in a barn, under heat lamps, until they are old enough to go outside.  They are then raised on pasture, with fresh green grass and sunshine available to them at all times!  They are supplemented with non-gmo feed and garden scraps. 

Our laying hens lay large brown eggs!  Don't be surprised when you crack open a double yolker!

Our roasting chickens and turkeys are super juicy and full of flavour!

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Our piggies live a great life here on the farm.  They have lots of room to roam and root on pasture and in the trees, and also a cozy covered area of the barn to curl up in the winter, or stay cool in the summer. 
They are raised naturally on grass and dirt and supplemented with non gmo feed and lots of fresh veggies and apples!
Our pork is available by the whole or side a couple times a year and we also sell it by the cut, year round from our freezer.



We are onto our second year of lambing here on the farm.  We have 7 ewes, who have given birth to lambs this year.  They are so much fun to watch grow and play together.  
They are grass fed, pasture raised and will be heading in for processing in the fall.  Stay tuned for more Three Stream Farm lamb!



We are into our fourth year of planting a large plot of red russian garlic.  We seed in October and harvest beautiful, large bulbs the following summer.  We purchased all of our seed in year 1 from Rasa Creek Farm, and have been able to use our own seed the past 3 years, while still having a fair bit to sell!  We have loved this addition to our farm and hope to be able to expand our crop each year, to be able to provide more to you!


Garden goods and the Berry patch!

Our garden and berry patch is mostly for our own food and enjoyment, but occasionally we have extra to share and I do love experimenting with value added products!
Some examples of items we occasionally have available are jams from our berries, simple syrups from berries, rhubarb and mint, scape spice from our garlic, cowboy candy from jalepenos, etc.  
The best way to find out when/what we have available is to join our email list.


Our cows...Brie, Nova, Charlie, Kenny and Coco

Brie is our QUEEN!  She is a 3 year old jersey cow, our family milk cow.  She had her first calf last March and has been providing us with fresh milk and cream since.  Nova, Charlie, Coco, Cinnamon and Kenny are all beef breeds...Nova, Charlie and Coco were all bottle fed calfs and Kenny is Brie's calf.  They are the sweetest little herd and we love them so much!

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on the Unceded traditional territory of the K'omoks First Nation.

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