FARM BUREAU LEADERSHIP
County President: Neal Briggs (801-725-0149)
Davis county facts
Area: 630 Square Miles
County Seat: Farmington
Origin of County Name: named after Daniel C. Davis of the Mormon Battalion
Economy: defense industry, small manufacturing and distribution, service industries, and agriculture, especially alfalfa, grain, onions and fruit
County Website: Davis County
Davis County is Utah's third-most populous county. It's home to Hillfield (now Hill Air Force Base) and the Naval Supply Depot in Clearfield both were built up during World War II.
The growing season in Davis County is one of the longest in Utah. It averages about five and a half months.
DAVIS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS
References: ilovehistory.utah.gov and www.nass.usda.gov