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California became the thirty-first state in the US. It is the third largest state and has over one hundred and sixty-three thousand square miles. The capital of California is Sacramento. The population is over thirty-eight million people. It is the highest populated state in the country. The state has three bordering states. These are Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon. Its economy is made up mostly of Agriculture and industrial. Agricultural products include vegetables, fruits and nuts, dairy products and grapes. The industrial sector produces electronic components, aerospace, film production, food processing, and petroleum. Some interesting fun facts about California are,
California is the leading producer of turkeys
Fallbrook grows more avocados that any other county in the US
Kennedy Mine was one of the richest gold mines in the world and the deepest in North America.
San Bernardino County is the largest county in the United States totaling almost three million acres.
One in eight Americans live in California.
California’s economy is equivalent to the seventh largest economy in the world.
More than three hundred thousand pounds of grapes are grown annually in California.
Los Angeles and San Diego are two of the country’s top ten populated cities.
Kentucky focuses on agriculture but also has a flourishing automobile industry. The state is relatively central and near to the Atlantic coast. Kentucky freight prices can rise as a portion of the state is mountainous. With high volumes moving into and around the state, Kentucky freight shipping can cause traffic. This busy state is located among other highly-productive regions. Near the largest transportation centers, LTL shipping in Kentucky can be found at low rates. A large volume of Kentucky freight moves by water and the state is bordered by the Ohio River and the Mississippi River.