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Originally, Ferme Guyon was the project of Mr. André Dion, a seasoned Quebec entrepreneur who managed the hardware store RONA between 1975 and 1990 before founding the Unibroue microbrewery
in 1991.

Teaming up with the renowned singer Robert Charlebois, Mr. Dion achieved remarkable success not only in Quebec but also in the United States and France, primarily due to the popularity of the
beers "Blanche de Chambly", "Maudite" and "La Fin du Monde" translated to "The End of the World" Following the sale of
Unibroue to Brasserie Sleeman in 2004, Mr. Dion revisited an old dream: establishing a horticultural center "where one could
spend the entire day".

La Ferme Guyon embodies a family narrative as Mr. Dion conceived the concept alongside his son, Sébastien, co-owner, now president and general manager of the company.




Why Guyon?

Leaving Mortagne in Lower Normandy in June 1634, the first ancestor of the Dions to set foot in America was Jean Guyon. After a two-month-long journey, he reached the mouth of the St.Lawrence River. 

Jean Guyon became one of the initial farming settlers grantedfiefs in the Seigneury of Beauport. Alongside his wife Mathurine, they raised eight children, including six sons whose descendants proliferated in the colony. While the surname Guyon
isn't prevalent in Quebec, many of the descendants adopted the name Dion, among them André and Sébastien, the visionaries behind this project.
A few words from our customers

Les poules sont en ville

Apportez la vie à votre jardin !

Nos poules sont disponibles à l'achat directement à la ferme du vendredi au dimache, sans réservation préalable.