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Utah agriculture can be described in one word: diversified.
Whether it’s producing world-class agricultural products like livestock and dairy products or adopting management programs to improve grassland and watershed health, Beehive State covers all aspects of the industry. Utah has 18,200 farms, covering 11 million acres of land, with an average size of 677 acres.
In 2012, cattle and calves contributed a total of $ 360.57 million to the state.
Although beef is hugely important, the livestock industry as a whole accounts for 69% of Utah farm proceeds.
About $ 560 million comes from meat sales alone, including beef, pork and lamb. Utah is also in the top 10 nationwide in sour cherry, apricot, sweet cherry, mink, and sheep production.