It's a currant bush (Ribes). That it popped up in a pasture, and was not planted, and judging from your location, Utah, it is most likely Golden Currant which is native there and doesn't mind high altitude. Exact ID requires fruit and flowers. There are several good photos on Wikipedia Images. From the leaves shown in your photo, I am going by a slight 'squareness' to ends of the 3 lobes, their satiny and leathery appearance, and dull green color.
I have handled Golden Currant in the landscape trade. It's a benign and beneficial plant used in landscaping as an easy-care, non-invasive ornamental; or, just for gardening because of edible fruit. It is one of the earliest woody plants to flower in the coldest gardening zones. Hardy to minus 40 °F, at least. This is a plant I recommend to beginners.
It's highly likely that the pioneers put this plant to use from the get go. Out West, you often find this used on old homesteads in plain and simple gardens. Every old-time farmer and rancher seems to recognize it.