Millard County Office
Delta: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Fillmore: Tuesday, Thursday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
What is USU Extension?With offices covering Utah's 29 counties, Utah State University Extension provides research-based community education, resources and programs in the areas of agriculture and natural resources; business and community; food, health, and wellness; home, finance, and relationships; and 4-H and youth.
Extension Connection/4-H Newsletters
- 4-H Registration
- February/March 2021 - Ag in the Field
- April/May 2021- The Power of Laughter
- June/July 2021 - A Summer of Fun
- September/October 2021- Preserving the Harvest
How We Can Help
USU Extension offers expertise and pertinent information specific to the needs of our county
Millard County is one of the top producing agricultural regions in Utah. The most productive farmland is found in the desert valleys with the Sevier River as an important source of water. Grazing lands are found throughout the county, with most stock moving from the valleys and foothills in the winter to the high mountains in the summer. Private lands comprise 13 percent of the county, while the remaining 87 percent is under management of the Federal and State governments.
- Rural Tax Education Agriculture COVID-19 Resources
- Article from Center for Agriculture Law and Taxation
Millard County annually ranks in the top five for most individual Utah agricultural commodities with total annual cash receipts nearing $130,000,000.
These commodities are:
- Hay Production-289,000 Tons
- Milk Cows-19,000 Head
- All Cattle-73,000 Head
- Corn (Grain)-211,000 Bu
- Corn (Silage)-140,000 Ton
- Oats-58,000 Bu
- All Wheat-143,000 Bu
- All Barley-274,000 Bu
The Millard County USU Extension office offers a wide range of materials and resources related to livestock, crops, soils, agriculture profitability, weed control, farm and ranch management, range, home horticulture, gardening, insects and water management.
Millard County Fair Information
Millard County 4-H Extension Facebook
4-H, Visit the online registration system to get started. Leaders (parents) must log in to enter the entries for their members. If we don't have an email address on file for your family, you will need to call us and have that set up before you can log in and start entering exhibits. If participants do not have access to the internet, please contact the Extension office.
Returning members must register every year to be active in 4-H. The 4-H year goes from October 1st to September 30th.
All members, new and returning, must be registered by August 1st to be able to place entries in the 4-H section of the fair. If registration is not received by August 1st, the member will have to enter items in the open class sections.
Mandatory Online Exhibit Registration
Register at the "4-H Online Fair Entry" for non-livestock entries.
Contact the Millard County Extension office if you need assistance 435-864-1480
Small Animal Shows
Check in each day 9:00am. Get your animals ready!
Thursday: 10:00am Rabbit Show
Friday: 10:00am Poultry Show
Saturday 10:00am Goat Show
Home, Family & Food
Youth and 4-H
Call the Millard County Utah State University Extension office to find out how to sign up for 4-H Shooting sports. 435-864-1480 or 435-743-5412
Quilt Camps & Sewing Camps
Watch for information and for the dates on these. We have great leaders who will teach sewing and quilting skills to 4-H'ers and help them make fun projects. These camps will be held in Fillmore and Delta in the summer.
Millard County Jr. Livestock Show June 1-4
Feb 17 3pm tagging for Spanish fork show in Scipio
Feb 19 10AM Beef tagging for Millard show at South Tract Livestock outside delta
March 25 at 10 am for all other animals- Swine, Goat, Sheep tagging
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