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State of Kentucky
Official State Seal

Population:
4,245,269

Under 18:
1,973,003

Over 65:
549,504

Employed:
2,901,432

Land in SM:
39,728.18

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
13,706,843

Births:
56,444

Deaths:
40,223

Infant Deaths:
205

Property Crime:
110,314

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Kentucky Tree Leaf Identification | eHow.com

Kentucky Tree Leaf Identification. ... but rather it is part of the magnolia family. Many Distinctive Trees. Since Kentucky has many distinct trees, ...
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Kentucky Flowering Trees - eHow | How to Videos, Articles ...

Members of the pome-fruit group of trees in the rose family, the Amerlanchier genus has three species widespread across Kentucky. ... List of Oak Trees in Kentucky.
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Pine Trees Native to Kentucky - eHow | How to Videos ...

Pine Trees Native to Kentucky. ... Pines are coniferous trees and belong to the Pinaceae family. Pine trees or conifers can be identified by their branches, ...
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The Types of Oak Trees in West Kentucky | eHow.com

The Types of Oak Trees in West Kentucky. ... The chestnut oak (Quercus prinus) belongs to the same family, the beech family, as does the chestnut tree, ...
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How to Identify Nut-Bearing Trees in Kentucky | eHow.com

Observe the form of the butternut trees in Kentucky. ... The pecan tree is in the same family as hickory, walnut and black walnut trees.
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