This study is one of a series being conducted by the Department of Agricultural Economics which are designed to furnish a general description and a detailed analysis of the type of farming in various parts of Utah. The specific purpose of the general state-wide study is to: (1) locate and delineate the major type-of-farming areas of the state; (2) analyze and describe the major and some minor types of farming within each area; and (3) indicate the fundamental reasons for the principal differences which exist within and among these type-of-farming areas.
Upon the completion of the first part of the state-wide study, that of locating and delineating the major type-of-farming areas of the state, a more detailed analysis was begun of each of the nine different type-of-farming areas, of which Sanpete and Sevier Counties were designated as one.
Thomas, W. Preston; Blanch, George T.; and Hayball, Edith, "Bulletin No. 300 - A Study of Farm Organization by Type of Farm in Sanpete and Sevier Counties" (1941). UAES Bulletins. Paper 262.