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History of Richfield, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

Much of the surrounding area is devoted to agriculture: hay, barley, oats, corn silage, cattle, hogs, sheep, turkeys, commercial feed lots, and dairy herds. Also, a well-developed business district serves Sevier County as well as adjacent counties. Government agencies including the Bureau of Land Management, the Forest Service, and the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service have their area offices in Richfield. Governed by a mayor and city council, the community emphasizes preserving its past as well as preparing for the future.

See: Pearl F. Jacobson, ed., Golden Sheaves from a Rich Field: A Centennial History of Richfield, Utah (1964); and Irvin L. Warnock, ed., Thru the Years, Sevier County Centennial History (1947).

Judy Busk

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