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What is Mosida?
“Mosida by the Lake” was an agricultural development founded in 1909. The name comes from the first two letters of the founder’s names: Morrison, Simpson, and Davis.
At its height, 9,500 acres of fruit trees, wheat, and alfalfa were farmed. Mosida boasted a school house, store, post office, and hotel. Tourists and potential buyers were ferried on a barge back and forth from Provo.
However, the fruit trees soon died and other crops were eaten by swarms of grasshoppers. Lack of water and debt left the land deserted by 1924.
When the Bateman family settled there in 1972, it simply became Mosida (Muh-see-duh), once again a land of opportunity.
From our Family to yours
We do beef the right way at Mosida Market -- caring for our cattle through the entire process so we can bring local, top-quality beef to our butcher shops for your family.