Juab County land ownership is shown in the pie chart. Note the majority of the land is controlled by the federal government – mostly by the Bureau of Land Management. The county includes miles and miles of wide open spaces.
The majority of the population is located in four communities: Nephi (5,389), Mona (1,547), Eureka (669) and Levan (841).
Agriculture is the dominant industry. The 2002 Census of Agriculture indicated that there were 270,350 acres in farms or ranches in the county with an average size of 1146 acres and an average value of $569 per acre. The county had 63,003 acres in cropland of which 25,226 acres were harvested and 22,043 were irrigated. The value of livestock and crops produced was listed at $12,200,000.
See this profile of Juab agriculture.