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New Issues of "Kentucky: By The Numbers Data Series" focus on farm operators

 

The 2012 Census of Agriculture contains detailed data about farms and the people who engage in farming.  These two issues of the Kentucky: By The Numbers Data Series provide county-level data on women principal operators and the race and ethnicity of farm operators and principal operators across the state.

 

 

Agriculture focus for new issue of the "Kentucky: By The Numbers Data Series"

Every 5 years, the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) conducts the Census of Agriculture.  

 

The "2012 Agriculture" issue of the Kentucky: By The Numbers Data Series provides access to county level data on agriculture and farmers in Kentucky.

 

 

2015 Building Strong Families profiles now available

 

Each year, Family and Consumer Sciences produces county and state profiles on families in Kentucky.  Each year focuses on a different theme.  The 2015 Building Strong Families profiles focused on housing and wellbeing.

 

To access the issues, go to: http://hes.uky.edu/StrongFamilies

 

 

100 Years of Population in Kentucky

A special issue of the "Kentucky: By The Numbers Data Series" was created to help in honoring the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act which established the Cooperative Extension Service.

 

Each issue contains county population data that spans the 100 years from 1910-2010 as well as the most recent 2013 population estimate.

 

In addition to the data, to help in 'seeing' the long term trends, each issue contains a line graph of that county's data, the state, and the county's Extension District.

 

To access the issue for your county, click here.

 

Handout on the Baby Boom generation

 “Understanding the Baby Boom Bubble” helps put the recent population projections for those 65 years old and over into context.  Written with Dr. Amy Hosier, this publication also address some programming ideas for Extension

 

You can find a copy on the “Publications” section of the Kentucky: By The Numbers section of the website.

 

Population Projection Charts by Extension District

 

To complement the new data series on the recently released population projections, bar charts with county level data are now available for each Extension district.

 

You can find copies with each of the three issues of Kentucky: By The Numbers data series:

·      Youth Population Projections

·      Aging Population Projections

·      Population Projections to 2050

 

 

New Issues of the "Kentucky: By The Numbers Data Series"

 

Population Projections can give us some idea of what to expect in the future.  Using local demographic patterns and trends in mortality, fertility, and migration, the Kentucky State Data Center produces population projections for counties in Kentucky.

Three new issues have been added to the Kentucky: By The Numbers data series:

·      Youth Population Projections

·      Aging Population Projections

·      Population Projections to 2050

 

"About Kentucky: By The Numbers" added to website

Ever wondered how the Kentucky: By The Numbers Program got started?  A background and history about the program has been added to the "SNARL" website.

 

Just click on About "Kentucky: By The Numbers" to learn more.

 

 

About “SNARL” has been updated

Learn more about SNARL and the person behind the Kentucky: By The Numbers program.  Click on “About SNARL” to read more.

 

 

 

 

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