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Ranching is common in drier areas, which means Utah can be great for ranching, with its desert climate. Utah’s ranches fill up to 22% of land area and most of the ranches are family farms which are very common in the U.S.
Ranch properties can be found throughout the state, but particularly thrive near the fisheries. Some of Utah’s best land is used for growing crops of fruits and vegetables along the Wasatch front.
Wildlife can be spotted in the most popular spot in Carbon Corridor, the natural habitat is the most diverse. Many wild animals roam throughout the state including Utah’s national parks; the animals found are deer, bighorn sheep, elk, rabbits, bats, foxes, and three different kinds of wild cats. A popular and successful hunting spot in Utah is in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest as they are known for their elk, moose, and deer.