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    Palo Pinto County

    Palo Pinto County is in north-central Texas, bounded on the east by Parker County and on the north by Young and Jack counties, eighty miles west of Fort Worth. The area is named for one of its principal streams. The county has a population according to the 2010 census of 28,084 and covers 948 square miles of broken, hilly land with sandy, gray, and black soils; The average annual rainfall of 30.13 inches is drained by the Brazos River. Timber in the area includes cedar, oak, and pecan.

    The county's annual agricultural yield averaged 90 percent livestock, including cattle, sheep, angora goats, and hogs. Pecans, peaches, vegetables, grains, and hay accounted for the rest. Clay pipes, aircraft systems, plastics, electronic products, brick, feeds, clothes, are some of the products manufactured in the county.

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