Adams County, North Dakota is a rural county located in the south-central region of the state. The county has a population of 2,622 people, with a median age of 45.7 years. The median household income is $51,941, and the poverty rate is 8.4%.
The economy of Adams County is primarily driven by agriculture, with more than half of the county's land being used for farming and ranching. The county's main crops are soybeans, wheat, corn, and sunflowers. Livestock production also plays a significant role in the county's economy, with cattle, sheep, and hogs being the primary livestock raised.
Education in Adams County is provided by the Adams County Public School District, which consists of two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The district also offers a variety of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art. The district also offers adult education classes, as well as a variety of online courses.
Real estate in Adams County is relatively affordable, with the median home value being $83,400. The median rent is $698 per month, and the median price per square foot is $80. The county has a variety of housing options, ranging from single-family homes to apartments and mobile homes.
Adams County is a rural county with a strong agricultural economy. The county has a median age of 45.7 years, a median household income of $51,941, and a poverty rate of 8.4%. Education is provided by the Adams County Public School District, and real estate is relatively affordable, with the median home value being $83,400.