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400 W Industrial Salina UT 84654  |  Sevier County
17.17 acres
Salina InterstateMore Detail +
Brayden Gardner , Company not provided
Remarkable location just off I-70 for Commercial or Industrial use. Great Interstate visibility, lots of room for many options. Seller may split property.
LOT#,494,495,496,497, 493 SALINA UT 84654  |  Sevier County
40.3 acres
Vacant Land (0-10 Acres), Other Style - SALINA, UTMore Detail +
Darcy Labrum , Coldwell Banker Preferred Properties
550 EAST 1000 NORTH QUARRY RD. SALINA UT 84654  |  Sevier County
160 acres
Farm/Ranch/Plantation, Post-War - SALINA, UTMore Detail +
PERRY GARDNER , Coldwell Banker Preferred Properties
Irrigation pond on property; all mineral- oil-gas rights retained by seller, current leased farmer has right to harvest current yr. planted crop., electricity close, city water hook-ups on property, f...
1649 W WINDING SNAKE Salina UT 84654  |  Sevier County
80 acres
Recreational - Salina, UTMore Detail +
Linda Nielsen , Prudential Utah Elite
BIG PRICE REDUCTION! 'HUNTERS' Paradise! Spectacular 80 Acres of Recreational property. Own your own piece of Heaven. Get away to the peace and quiet of your own retreat. Build that cabin you have alw...

Salina, UT Land Info

Utah ranks 25th for the size of its agricultural sector. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $994 million to the state's economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 37th among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 68 percent of Utah's annual farm income is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 32 percent comes from crops. Utah's agricultural economy is largely driven by its livestock holdings, which account for over three-quarters of state farm revenues. Interestingly, Utah produces a quarter of mink pelts farmed in the United States. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 18,027 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 11 million acres (or the equivalent of 20 percent of the entire state land area).

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