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Farms & Ranches

Utah is the home to many agriculturists – from the backyard gardener to the western cowboy. Each grower, farmer or rancher promises to provide you with quality and fresh products raised with care, with a diverse set of where-to-buy options.

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Ephraim Community Garden

We are the community garden for Ephraim and the surrounding area.

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801-205-7578

Peter Springs Alpaca Ranch

Have been in business since 2007. We have tours on Sat and Sun 12 noon to 4pm from April to Oct, weather permitting. come see our 55 alpaca of different colors and personalities.

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435-419-0750

Johnson Family Farms

Growing high quality healthy produce for your family on our 4th generation Cache Valley farm.

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435-754-5638

3 Squares Produce

Small tree fruit and vegetable farm in Bountiful and leased fields in Davis and Salt Lake Counties.

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801-243-2801

Sevier Valley Goat Ranch

Family owned business raising meat goats, breeding stock, show kids

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435-979-6773

Manzana Springs Vegetable Farm

Manzana Springs Vegetable Farm is a small scale diversified vegetable farm in Moab, Utah which produces fresh, local food that goes beyond organic.

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435-259-6467

Rocking H Ranch

Raise Sweet corn, pickling cucumbers and tomatoes

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435-764-0777

Susie Bee Good

Local RAW honey and extraction services. From frame drop off to extractor rental. Raw local honey, fresh eggs, garden tours, training and more.

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801-244-6994

Gold Creek Farms

Artisan, handmade, quality 100% natural cheese made from the milk from our Brown Swiss cows, gently raised on our family farm in Woodland, Utah.

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800-517-7670

Fowers Fruit Ranch

Fowers Fruit Ranch is a family owned farm that is dedicated to bring you fresh, quality produce. We grow cherries, pears, apples, peaches, raspberries, nectarines and more!

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801-754-3966

Bees Brothers

Small family honey business in Cache Valley-- honey, honey caramels, honey roasted almonds, beeswax lipbalm, lotion bars, honey soap

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435-764-6532

Youth Garden Project

A nonprofit with a 1 1/2 acre garden used to grow food, kids, and community!

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435-259-2326

Pleasant Grove Guernseys

We raise mostly apples (Red Delicious and Jonathans) but we have a few cherry trees (Bing and a couple of earlier varieties), apricot trees, and Corn (Serendipity - new this year). All organic spraying (Wasatch Natural). No chemical fertilizers.

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801-830-3591

First Frost Farm

Fresh certified organic produce available seasonally, April through October.

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435-770-5644

Butcher's Bunches Handcrafted Preserves

Butcher’s Bunches begin on a vine, or on a tree, laden with plump, naturally sweet fruits just waiting to be plucked and preserved.

We maintain that integrity to this day. Preserving the roots of Utah's farming and deepest food traditions by bottling the freshest local fruits picked at the height of freshness without the use of any sweeteners or artificial preservatives.

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435-938-8316

Simply Eden

Simply Eden Goat-Milk Soaps and Bath & Body products are hand made using skin-nourishing ingredients and without the harsh detergents that store-bought products contain.

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801-710-1929

Great Basin Natives

Native plants for all your needs.

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435-795-2303

Heirlooms & More, Worden Produce

Our heirloom varieties provide a source of locally/naturally grown vegetables whereby the full flavor, quality, and nutritional value of the non-hybrid/open pollinated species are available.

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801-205-3818

Stilson Family Farms

Family business raising garden vegetables. Jams, Jelly and Homemade Bread also available.

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435-749-0577

Byrd's Bees

Valley Floral is a Raw Summer Wildflower Honey, with dark amber color and full bodied natural flavor. This honey is produced from nectar gathered in July and August from farm acreage in the western Utah Valley. It's richer color and deeper flavor reflect the robust blossoms found only in the heat of summer. This sunshine-soaked honey goes great in Greek-style yogurt, or drizzled over buttery morning French toast.

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