F. S. Harris

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Agriculture is so intimately related to all other industries that anything which affects the farmer reflects itself in all branches of business. The banker, the merchant, and the manufacturer must keep in touch with crop and livestock conditions of the country in order to foresee the tendencies of their own businesses. This is particularly true in a state like Utah which depends fundamentally on the products of the soil for its prosperity.

Numerous requests are received by the Experiment Station from prospective settlers living out side of the state for information concerning the agriculture of Utah. These have been kept in mind in the preparation of this circular. It is also hoped that the facts herein presented will be of interest to farmers and business men within the state who wish to inform themselves more fully regarding its agricultural conditions and outlook.