Important Information

1. Non-commercial ads for Utah Farm Bureau members selling items they grow or make themselves, or used machinery, household items, etc., they themselves have used in the past. Each member family is entitled to one such ad free in each three-month period. Ads can be up to 40 words or numbers such as phone number or Zip. Words such as “For Sale” are included, initials and numbers count as a word. All words over 40 cost 25 cents each. Ads over 40 words not accompanied by the extra payment, or not meeting the above requirements, will be returned to the sender. Family memberships cannot be combined to create larger ads, nor can a membership be used for free classified ad purposes by anyone other than immediate family members. Ads run for three months.

2. Commercial ads for Utah Farm Bureau members where the member is acting as an agent or dealer (real estate, machinery, handicraft items made by people outside the member family, etc.) cost 25 cents per word. Payment MUST accompany such ads or they will be returned to the sender. Members are entitled to one such ad. Ads run for one month.

3.  Ads for non-Utah Farm Bureau members cost 50 cents per word. Payment MUST accompany such ads or they will be returned to the sender.  Ads run for one month.

In all ads, short lines requested by the advertiser, extra lines of white space, and lines with words in all caps count as 6 words per line. Ads with borders and bold headlines may be submitted and placed within the classified section, but will be charged the display advertising rate. Please contact the classified advertising department for further information. No insurance ads will be accepted.


Only free ads (Category 1 ads of 40 words or less) will be accepted by telephone at 801-233-3010, by fax at 801-233-3030 or e-mail at . Please include your membership number. Ads must be received no later than the 15th of the month

Mail ads, typed or neatly printed, with any payment due, to Utah Farm Bureau News, Classified Ad Department, 9865 South State Street, Sandy, UT 84070-2305.  Free ads must be resubmitted by mail, telephone or fax after running for three months. Ads for which there is a payment due will be run as long as payment is received in advance.

ALL CLASSIFIED ADS will be listed on the Utah Farm Bureau web page unless the Utah Farm Bureau member specifies otherwise when placing the ad.  The ads on the web site will run concurrently with the classified ads in the Utah Farm Bureau News. 

NOTE: The appearance of any ad in the Utah Farm Bureau News does not constitute an endorsement or approval of the service or merchandise offered. While every effort is made to ensure the legitimacy of services or merchandise advertised, the Utah Farm Bureau News or the Utah Farm Bureau Federation accepts no responsibility or liability for services or products advertised.


2007 Dodge Ram 1500 $6,300 - or best offer 5.7 Hemi 215,000 miles - mostly highway Transmission rebuilt at 188,000.  New fuel pump.  Maintenance performed regularly.  Some wear on interior. Blew a tire on the freeway the other day and it bent up the driver’s bedside pretty good. Dropped price $1,500.  Has tailgate assist shock so it doesn't slam down.  Call/text before 9:00 p.m. Thanks for looking!  Additional photos here: Call Matt (801) 810-4404.

FARM EQUIPMENT: Hesston Pull Behind 1340 discbine, 1 owner well maintained, Vernal UT call Scott 4357894473, $7,000.


Help Wanted:

LIVESTOCK: 30 top quality Hereford bulls available at private treaty.  Celebrating 40 years of performance Line One breeding!  Using Johansen Hereford genetics gives you the opportunity to maximize hybrid vigor.  See more at or call Jonathan/Craig Johansen @ 435-650-8466/435-381-2523.

Bred heifers for sale, 50 head registered Polled Hereford heifers, bred to calving ease bulls to start calving early. Top blood lines, top maternal traits, take all or part with or without papers. Contact Phil Allen and Son Antimony, Shannon 435-624-3285.

Rocky Mountain Angus Assn Annual Sale Sat, Nov 10 1pm at the Weber Co Fairgrounds in Ogden. Selling 60 plus registered Angus females and bulls. For sale catalog call 801-540-6818.

36th Annual Utah Cattlemen’s Classic All Breeds Bull Sale Wed, Nov 28 at 7pm at the Utah State Fair park, SLC. Selling 5 different breeds. Sale is sponsored by the Utah Cattlemen’s Association. For a sale catalog call 801-540-6818.

 Gelbvieh and Balancer Bulls Red & black. Select now we deliver in the spring tested and ready to work. Bred heifers and Cows Gelbvieh and Angus- start calving in February w or w/o papers. Erik Johnson 435 279 7669.

DWELL REALTY GROUP, BRENT PARKER, (435)881-1000, email:

NEW!  19.61 Acres in southern Cache Valley.  Quality updated home and well-built horse facilities.

257.78 Acres in Cache Valley.  Irrigated farm.  Excellent level ground bordering Bear River.  

26 Acres in Northwest Logan.  Excellent pasture ground.  Development potential.

47.27 Acres in Cache Valley.  Several possibilities;  Located along HIghway 89/91.

2.09 Acres in Legacy Ranch.  great building lot  with animal rights in historic Franklin, Idaho.

18.89 Acres in Petersboro.  Excellent mini-ranch to build your dream home and enjoy country living.

31.2 Acres in Mt. Sterling.  Fantastic views.  Can be divided.  Additional land available.

5.93  Acres in Cache Valley.  Great views and horse property.  

293.39 Acres in Cache Junction.  Excellent dry farm.  Could be divided.

13.31 Acres in Paradise.  Great for mini-ranchette.  Water rights.NE

60 Acres in Cache Valley.  Majestic setting with incredible views of the valley.  

7.67 Acres in Cache Valley.  Views.  Horse Property.  Well permit.



USU Extension Agent -- San Juan County: Utah State University Extension invites applications for an Agriculture/Natural Resources/4-H Extension faculty position. For more details and information about the position, click HERE.

SMITHFIELD HOG PRODUCTION Division, Rocky Mountain Region: If you are looking for a career in a fun, rewarding team environment, Smithfield is the opportunity you’ve been searching for. We’re offering quality, full time Agriculture Herd Technician positions in animal production with training provided. Challenge yourself with a stable company that offers a starting entry-level wage of $12 to $13, plus a full benefit package including: medical, prescription, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance plans, short and long-term disability, company paid pension plan, 401(k) savings plan with company match/Roth contributions, bonus/incentive programs, paid holidays, paid time off, education reimbursement and more!  Other positions may be available also.

For more information and to apply visit

Region includes six states: Utah, Idaho, Arizona, California, Colorado and Wyoming; positions available may vary throughout the region.

EOE / PWDNET - If you require accommodation or assistance to complete the application process, please call Rebecca Murdock at (435) 387-2107.  When you contact Rebecca, please identify the type of accommodation or assistance you are requesting.  We will assist you promptly.