One acre of peanuts will produce enough peanut butter to make 30,000 sandwiches.
Peanuts are not actually nuts at all--they are legumes.
The average American eats about 3 pounds of peanut butter per year.
Peanut shells have many practical uses, making peanuts a no-waste crop. Shells are used in paper, kitty litter, fireplace logs, wallboard, and animal feed.
Two peanut farmers have been elected President of the United States: Thomas Jefferson and Jimmy Carter.