1) Hyrum Farm Country
Gently rolling hills, dotted with charming farms.
2) McPolin Farm, Park City
Patrick and Grace McPolin don't own this farm anymore; Park City purchased it in 1990 and refurbished it. No longer a working farm, it's used for community events.
3) West Point Farm
After the work is done for the day, you get to enjoy this quiet view.
4) Farm Near Venice
Venice is in Sevier County, and is mainly agricultural. This pastoral scene almost makes me want to run away to the country and try my hand at raising sheep.
5) Silver Creek Farm
Sheep really are the star of the show. This little lamb thinks he’s pretty cool.
6) Farm Near Teasdale
Big red barn and pasture with an amazing view.
7) Red Acre Farm, Cedar City
This farm grows over 177 varieties of produce. The range-free chickens produce delicious, fresh eggs.
8) Farm in Midway
A Midway farms looks like an idyllic place to live, especially with the stunning Mount Timpanogos backdrop.
9) Hi Ute Ranch, Snyderville Basin
While the original owner still holds the title to this farm, it's preserved by the Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District and Utah Open Lands.
10) Gifford Homestead at Capitol Reef
This homestead was built in 1908; the Gifford family lived here from 1928 to 1969. Now it's part of the National Park.
11) Wheeler Farm
You can't live here, but you can visit! Wheeler Farm was built by Joseph Hammond in 1853. The Wheeler family bought the farm in 1887.
12) Zollinger's Fruit and Tree Farm, Logan
Family owned and operated for more than 100 years.
13) Stirling Farms, Leeds
A fifth-generation farm growing peaches, plums, apricots, melons and more.
14) Tagge's Famous Fruit, Perry
This family farm business grows pretty much every kind of produce.
These are just a few of the many farms in Utah. Do you have another favorite? Tell us in the comments!