WindStone Farms co-owners Billy Gatton Jones, left, and the late Wayne Shumate began selling blackberry jam in the 1990s. 
Jones is selling the company to Louisville-based Algood Food Company and plans to retire from the food industry.
WindStone Farms co-owners Billy Gatton Jones, left, and the late Wayne Shumate began selling blackberry jam in the 1990s. Jones is selling the company to Louisville-based Algood Food Company and plans to retire from the food industry. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
WindStone Farms co-owners Billy Gatton Jones, left, and the late Wayne Shumate began selling blackberry jam in the 1990s. Jones is selling the company to Louisville-based Algood Food Company and plans to retire from the food industry. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

Jam maker WindStone Farms is sold

December 20, 2011 12:00 AM

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