Utah State University Extension
Daggett County is located along the eastern top border of Utah. To the north, Daggett County is bordered by Wyoming while Colorado shares its border to the east. Other surrounding Utah counties include Uintah, Duchesne, and Summit. In the 19th century, the area was a favorite for mountain men, fur trappers, and traders. Ranching and farming have always played an important role in Daggett County. Its primary economic base today comes from tourism and recreation. The population was estimated at 1,029 in 2017. This fact sheet provides details on the land ownership, growing season, crop and livestock production, and farm income of Daggett County agriculture.
Feuz, Ryan; Larsen, Ryan; and Kitchen, Boyd, "Size and Scope of Daggett County Agriculture 2020" (2020). All Current Publications. Paper 2104.