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Farmers Market Spotlight - West Wind Farms

“Not everyone can buy jewelry, but everyone can eat.”


The owners of West Wind Farms, Claudia and Dave Jones, grow their produce to make their best-selling jams, jellies, pies and death-by-chocolate brownies.


Claudia and Dave Jones, owners of West Winds Farm. Photo courtesy of Claudia Jones.

There are a total of 13 flavors: 11 flavors of jam and two flavors of salsa - peach and regular. The pies are each five inches in diameter and are either apple, peach or sour cherry flavored. This year, the frost hit their trees hard, leaving less produce than previous years.


They have been growing produce for the past six years, starting with 15 tons of manure in the soil. They are working on low-sugar and sugar free flavors of their products to reach a wider range of people. Every year they have learned something new, growing their knowledge of their craft. They are willing to teach a canning class and lead tours of their ranch. This business is helping them stay retired and develop a hobby.


They are located at most Kanab and Kane County events including Western Legends and Balloons and Tunes. Each jar of jam or salsa costs $7.50 and is good for two years before being opened.


They currently accept cash, Venmo and local checks.



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