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WalletHub.com recently did a study titled “2015’s Best & Worst Cities to Start a Career”. The study looked at 150 U.S. cities and used 19 key metrics to find out how cities ranked for young people starting a career.
One stat that popped out was Fort Wayne, Indiana being in the Top Five for housing affordability.
One being the best and 150 being the worst, Indianapolis graded out at 92 and Fort Wayne was 103.
About 2.1 million farms in the U.S., 97 percent are what the report calls “family farms,”according to the the USDA’s 2012 Census of Agriculture Farm Typology.
Other key facts included in the report stated that 88 percent of those 2.1 million farms are classified as “small family farms” — operations with a gross cash farm income (GCFI) of less than $350,000 per year. Those small family farms contribute nearly 60 percent of all direct sales of product from farms to consumers.