by Ana Harrop, June 05, 2023

 The Jerome Farmers Market has some of the most AMAZING vendors anywhere! Come and see us to get some fresh spring vegetables, tamales, herbs, beautiful bags and doilies, wool slippers and maple syrup. Amazing wood working products are available with furniture, turned bowls and cutting boards. 

The Jerome Civic Club will be their with their pies and wares. Moss' Greenhouse will bring trailers of fabulous flowers pots and plants. You really don't want to miss this and the excellent prices. We are a friendly and unique market with the kindest people ever. 

We are open Saturday from 9-1 and are located at the Mountain View Barn, 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. We'll see you soon!

by Ana Harrop, May 29, 2023

 The time us upon us This Saturday, the Jerome Farmers Market is officially open for business! Many, many hours of preparation have gone into this venture. You can expect to find rhubarb, spinach, rainbow chard, fresh eggs, and much more. There will be 10 varieties of honey to choose from, homemade breads, jams, pickled items, cheese, milk, beef, gifts galore, and many treasures to find. 

Moss' Greenhouse will also start to clearance out geraniums and wagons of wonderful plant surprises.

 We can hardly wait! We are open from 9-1 and are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. The official address is 392 East 300 South in Jerome. We'll see you soon!

by Ana Harrop, May 24, 2023

 In just a few short days, the Jerome Farmers Market will open at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. Vendors have been busy preparing for a memorable season. We have many new vendors for you to meet and their products are amazing and wonderful. There will be fabulous returning vendors as well. The gardens have been planted since early April. The late spring has delayed some things but the vegetables are coming on. We will have many new products for you to try and experience. It will be so exciting. The market will be so exciting. The market will be open at 9 am on Saturday, June 3rd. Come see us, enjoy the reunion and meet some new amazing people. 


by Ana Harrop, March 25, 2023


As I watch out the windows and see birds busily building nests in the bird houses, the evidence of spring coming lifts my heart. It’s just a short matter of time when gardeners will be outside prepping the ground, cleaning the weeds and planting the spring gardens. Today, the last of my garden seeds arrived and I am so excited! March was a great month to “hole up,” make quilts, paint, and prepare product for the market. Every once in a while, a mild day peeks through giving a rush of things to come. Once the weather breaks, we are outside working to keep up with the weather. The house is pretty much on its own for several months. We run the planting in 2 sessions….the early spring and the later warmer weather. Many seeds have been started to give a jump start to the tomatoes, peppers, melons and many flowers. We are so blessed to live where we do and have seasons. The time for rest is ever bit as important as the time to be outside. 

To begin, the red and gold potatoes will go in. The radishes, beets, spinach, carrots, onions, bunching onions, shallots and lettuces will be planted. Next month, we will share what is next. It’s an exciting process and a very busy one. Until then…..enjoy the soft air and the smell of earth.

by Ana Harrop, January 04, 2023

Wishing you a wonderful and blessed 2023. We will be seeing you soon. Be safe this winter and enjoy this special time of year. It is our restful season for a month and then we will begin the preparation for the upcoming market season. Enjoy each day.


by Ana Harrop, December 15, 2022

 The Jerome Farmers Market would like to wish you a joyous and blessed Christmas and New Year. As we navigate life's ups and downs, there is always something to be grateful for. Light up the world with your courage, optimism, and kindness. We appreciate you all the ways you lift us every day!

by Ana Harrop, October 18, 2022

 As we have finished the 2022 Farmers Market Season, we have many people we need to thank and whom we are so grateful for.

You may have noticed how nice how nice the grounds, the barn and surroundings area looked. OJ, John, Nina Hollifield, and their help worked tirelessly to make it the best it has ever been. We so appreciate their hard work. 

Thanks to Agropour/Jerome Cheese for their donation to help many worthy causes. A special thanks to Starr Corporation and ICCU for their donations to fund the festival. We are ever grateful for Lee Family Broadcasting and Paul who faithfully every week for the market updates and for their broadcasting of our events. 

   We appreciate KEZJ and their promotion of the festival. The Jerome Civic Club worked tirelessly to help and serve the community as did our wonderful vendors. They're the best of the best. Lorna Irwin has been my surrounding board and inspiration all year long. Her snake was epic. 

Ana Harrop was with me all year working on the web page and announcing events each and every week. She came all the way down from Alaska to help with the festival. My husband Kent lugged, hauled, and toted, tons of product, tables, tents, vegetables, and everything else that needed to be moved. This is a family affair; Steve, David, Hilary, Theo, Hattie, and James were tremendous help. My models for the banners and posters were McKenzie Capps and Mimi Bartholomew. 

Our sponsors allow the market to run and we are so appreciative of them and their support.

However, most of all, we are thankful to our Father in Heaven for the great harvest all year long, for the beautiful weather this season and for the opportunity to live in this beautiful valley. 

We love our patrons and wish you all a beautiful fall and blessed holiday season.

--Sincerely, Kathy Bartholomew, Market Director