Butler County, Nebraska is located in the southeastern corner of the state, and is home to a population of 5,941 people. The county has a total area of 719 square miles, and is mostly rural, with the majority of its population living in small towns and farming communities.
The economy of Butler County is largely based on agriculture, with the majority of the population employed in farming and related industries. The county is home to a number of small businesses, including retail stores, restaurants, and service providers. The median household income in Butler County is $45,817, which is slightly below the national average.
The demographics of Butler County are predominantly white, with a population that is 91.7% white and 5.1% Hispanic. The median age of the population is 43.6, and the gender ratio is nearly even, with 49.7% of the population being female and 50.3% male.
Education in Butler County is provided by two public school districts, the David City Public School District and the Aquinas Catholic School District. The county also has several private schools, including the Butler County Christian Academy and the Butler County Home School Association. The county has an overall graduation rate of 88.3%, which is slightly above the national average.
Real estate in Butler County is relatively affordable, with the median home value being $92,100. The median rent is $744, and the median price per square foot is $58. The county has a variety of housing options, from single-family homes to apartments and condominiums. The area is also home to a number of recreational activities, including fishing, hunting, and camping.