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Millard County Farm Bureau

Millard County Farm Bureau
Millard county landscape

FARM BUREAU LEADERSHIP

 President:  Jared Buhler (jbuhler@ifa-coop.com)
 Vice President:  Steve Styler (steve@stylerdaniels.com)
 Secretary/Treasurer:  Greg Nye (g_nye19@yahoo.com)
 Women's Leadership & Promotion & Education:  Erin Sorenson (peterson_erin0426@yahoo.com)
YF&R:  Mason & Erica Anderson (masonanderson14@gmail.com)
 P&E:  Trent Anderson (trentandkortnie@msn.com)

MILLARD COUNTY FACTS

Area: 6,572 square miles

Population:  13,188 

County Seat: Fillmore

Origin of County Name: Named for the thirteenth president of the United States, Millard Fillmore, who was in office at the time the county was created.

Economy:  hay, milk, cattle, corn, wheat, barley, oats

County Website: Millard County

Millard County lies on the west side of Utah. Its west border abuts the east border of the state of Nevada. The county terrain consists of dry, rough flatlands with numerous hills and mountain ridges. The highest point in the county is Mine Camp Peak in the Central Utah Plateaus, at 10,222 feet. It is the third-largest county in Utah by area. Millard county doesn't get much rain, so vegetation is sparse, except near the Sevier River, where the water helps crops grow well.  

Agricultural Statistics

Millard County Agricultural Statistics (2017 Census)

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References:  ilovehistory.utah.gov, nass.ufda.gov, and bestplaces.com