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Butterfield Population: 585

Total Males: 283
Total Females: 302
Median Household Income: $43,750
Total Households: 226

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Brief Information About Butterfield


<p>Butterfield is actually a civilian township located in the County of Misaukee in Minessota town of USA. Butterfield covers a total area of about 93 sq. kms. and is elevated by 1133 ft above the sea level. Locally owned businesses are generally privately owned, and are a major source of local economic growth. Some of the most prominent among them are auto repair & transmission facilities, banks & other financial institutions, car financing & loans, convenience stores, real estate & building contractors, cleaning & construction companies, fruit & vegetable shops, beer shops & wine stores, freight forwarding companies, convenience stores, trucking companies, general order suppliers, oil & lubricration facilities and many more similar ventures.</p>







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