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Utah is located in the western United States and is home to about three million residents. The name ‘Utah’ was derived from the Ute tribe. Ute means ‘people of the mountains.’ About 62% of Utah citizens are reported to be members of the LDS Church. This makes Utah the only state in the country where the majority of its population belongs to a single church.

Utah contains the Great Salt Lake, the largest lake in the Western Hemisphere. It covers 2,100 square miles with an average depth of 13 feet. Utah is also known for its mountain ranges. Utah’s mountain peaks are, on average, higher than any other state in the U.S. The precipitation in the state varies from area to area. The Great Salt Lake Desert will get less than five inches of rain during the year while places in the northern mountain range will get over 60 inches. The average yearly snowfall in some of these parts can get up to 500 inches!

The state of Utah is home to approximately 120,000 horses. Horse farms and horse properties in Utah are a rising commodity as people are taking notice of both the beauty in the outdoors of Utah and the developing horse events and activities in the state.

If you’re looking for horse properties or horse farms in Utah, we encourage you to search through our listing of Utah properties. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us or one of our real estate agents. We can’t wait to hear from you!

img Horse Population : Approximately 75,000
img Total Economic Impact: over $ -- billion
img Population : 2,469,585
img Capital : Salt Lake City
img Land area : 82,144 sq. miles
img Counties: 29
img Highest Point : Kings Peak:  13,528 feet
img Lowest Point : Beaverdam Creek: 2000 feet
img 10 largest Cities :
 
  • Salt Lake City: 178,097
  • Provo: 113,459
  • West Valley City: 113,300
  • West Jordan: 91,444
  • Orem: 89,713
  • Sandy: 89,664
  • Ogden: 78,309
  • St. George: 64,201
  • Layton: 61,782
  • Taylorsville: 58,009

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