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Farmer’s Market spotlight: Steve and Tracy Kvamme

Farmers’ Market veterans, Steve and Tracy Kvamme, are the owners of “Clucking It Up” and previous managers of the Kanab Farmers Market. Their products range from produce to crafts and everything in between, with their best-selling products being fresh tomatoes and chocolate chip cookies! They sell baked goods, produce, eggs and handmade crafts. They sell veggies ranging from radishes to leeks and crafts as small as a dog collar and as big as a table runner! “Chickens are the gateway drug to farming,” Tracy told the SUN, “We started with chickens, now we have five cows!” They sell their produce for two to six dollars a pound, their crafts from $10-$80, baked goods from $3 - $20 and eggs for $5 a dozen.



From left to right, photos courtesy of the Kvammes:

  • Steve and Tracy Kvamme, owners and operators of Clucking It Up Farmstead. Photos courtesy of the Kvammes.

  • Clucking It Up products range from produce to crafts and everything in between - come check them out!


The Kvammes have been a part of the market for 10 years and their favorite part is the connections that they have made with the other vendors involved, with Tracy saying, “[I love] being a part of something that is bigger than what we are.” Their website is cluckingitup.com and they currently accept cards, cash and Venmo. “Everyone should be a part of the farmer’s market. If you can’t be a vendor, you should come shopping!”



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