Please note that during this time we are not accepting custom orders or requests, this includes weddings and events for the 2022/23 season. I recommend checking with Cakes by Amber and Ellie Bakes Cakes for your sweet needs, both can be found on Facebook.
We are not currently selling products from the bakery or farm at this time while we continue to focus on our young family.
To follow along and stay up to date with the happenings around the farm and updates on re-opening you can find us at our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/brysonfambakery/, www.facebook.com/bryson.company.pei or our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brysonfarmbakery/ We can be contacted via Facebook or Instagram messenger or by emailing brysonfamilyfarm@gmail.com. We are not available by phone at this time, we apologize for the inconvenience. 

– The Bryson Family, July 2022


Our Story

Bryson Family Farm was founded in August, 2015. The propery was once the home of the Iona baseball field but was later used for commercial farming consisting mainly of soybean crops at the time we purchased it. We had aimed to start slow but farming has a way of consuming your every thought and quickly our 14 acre property has grown to include over 200 animals in the busy season. We currently house chickens [layers, meat birds and purebred dual purpose breeds], geese, a horse, pony and sheep. Over the years the farm has included ducks, turkeys, pheasants, pigs and a cow. Farming is much more than a job it is a lifestyle that requires  life long learning. It is filled with many challenged but even more rewards, you can follow our journey on our Facebook page!

Our Mission

It is our mission to create a sustainable and diverse farmstead, to produce quality food, and to support and help grow our local community. We are advocates for sustainable agricutlure and environmentally friendly practices. We strive to be the modern, updated version of the small scale family farm.

What is sustainable agriculture? By definition sustainable agriculture is a type of agriculture that focuses on producing long-term crops and livestock while having minimal effects on the environment. This type of agriculture tries to find a good balance between the need for food production and the preservation of the ecological system within the environment.

In addition to producing food, there are several overall goals associated with sustainable agriculture, including conserving water, reducing the use of fertilizers and pesticides, and promoting biodiversity in crops grown and the ecosystem. Sustainable agriculture also focuses on maintaining economic stability of farms and helping farmers improve their techniques and quality of life.

We are committed to educating and encouraging others to seek their own sustainable life. If you have questions or are curious about sustainable agriculture feel free to reach out!

The Farm Menu

Free Range Eggs

From cage free chickens who graze over our 14 acre property


Seasonal availability
Sold on property and at farmer’s markets


Our chickens are free range pasture raised.
By definition free range is: (of livestock, especially poultry) kept in natural conditions, with freedom of movement (of eggs) produced by birds reared under natural conditions.
By definition pasture raised is: a sustainable agriculture technique that calls for the raising of laying chickens and meat chickens (broilers) on pasture, as opposed to indoor confinement


This means that all chickens live in an enclosed space that gives ample room for them to move freely and act as chickens should raised on pasture. They are kept in what we call a ‘chicken tractor’ to protect them from predators [racooons, fox and coyotes]. They get moved to new grass each day while keeps them clean and healthy and allows them to forage grass and bugs adding to their flavour and nutritional value. In raising our chickens this way we prevent the need for artificial fertilizers on our fields as the chickens naturally fertilize each day. This is a labour entensive process but one that increases the enrichment of the chickens lives and improves our soil quality!




Bone in $8/lb
Boneless Skinless $9/lb


Boneless/skinless $12/lb
Bone in $9/lb




4-8 lbs


Contains one breast, one leg and one wing.

Whole Legs



Our lambs are humanely raised and grass fed. We have a very small flock of ewes and therefore are able to offer limited amounts of lamb in the Fall/Winter or as supply lasts. It is best to reserve your lamb ahead of time to prevent disappointment.

Custom Butcher

Whole Lamb 40 lbs+
Customize your cuts of meat
Please contact us for pricing and availability

Custom Butcher

Half lamb 20 lbs +

Custom Butcher

Quater Lamb 10 lbs +

Individual Cuts

Chops – loin, rib
Roasts – small or large
Subject to availability
Please contact us


We will have limited amount of humanely raised pork available in the Winter of 2020. Available in sides, quarters or individual cuts. Sides and quarters are fully customizable to your needs. Contact us to reserve yours. 

Taste the difference!

Grass fed humanely raised animals and heirlooom vegetables have an intense flavour that you can’t find in commercial farming. We encourage everyone to see our farm for themselves, order ahead and pick up at the farm and see exactly where your food comes from! 

Bryson Family Bakery & Farm in Prince Edward Island Hours of Operation:

Please note that at this time we do not have a storefront open year round for browsing or purchasing. Our farmstand will run seasonally and products will be available by chance or by pre-order on our open dates. Farmer's markets are also available by chance or by pre-order.



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