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USDA subsidies for farms in Culberson County, Texas totaled $19,583,000 from 1995 through 2012.

Year Conservation Subsidies Disaster Subsidies Commodity Subsidies Crop Insurance Premium Subsidies Total USDA Subsidies
Payments /
Recipients
Payments /
Recipients
Payments /
Recipients
Subsidies /
Policies
Payments /
Recipients
1995 $379,100
23
$207,779
20
$123,193
10
$3,012
18
$713,084
41
1996 $381,334
25
$137,837
14
$235,369
24
$2,160
7
$756,700
46
1997 $313,268
20
$0
0
$270,584
24
$16,009
6
$599,996
34
1998 $282,337
15
$0
0
$674,695
24
$72,368
16
$1,029,400
30
1999 $252,858
14
$310,604
39
$558,031
21
$100,127
15
$1,221,620
60
2000 $212,166
10
$0
0
$632,917
22
$92,325
15
$940,355
27
2001 $186,170
10
$274,159
27
$489,288
25
$79,583
13
$1,029,200
55
2002 $193,640
9
$714,080
32
$218,228
23
$76,921
13
$1,202,869
54
2003 $233,526
12
$356,037
17
$558,353
24
$100,505
13
$1,248,421
44
2004 $160,105
9
$310,452
26
$371,693
24
$93,671
10
$935,921
49
2005 $161,355
9
$280,869
11
$508,691
20
$107,978
11
$1,058,893
32
2006 $161,354
9
$0
0
$429,065
18
$137,283
9
$727,702
22
2007 $161,354
9
$16,449
4
$486,105
21
$151,573
10
$815,481
27
2008 $109,292
7
$18,943
8
$511,048
22
$93,250
10
$732,533
30
2009 $543,195
14
$102,070
9
$759,098
23
$81,580
10
$1,485,944
40
2010 $106,762
7
$306,661
8
$369,089
22
$125,483
12
$907,995
28
2011 $76,143
5
$183,265
5
$280,148
19
$1,073,439
33
$1,612,995
24
2012 $126,635
6
$275,085
6
$318,107
15
$1,843,842
64
$2,563,669
23
Total $4,040,594
46
$3,497,371
87
$7,793,704
62
$4,251,109
285
$19,582,778
147

USDA Subsidies to Culberson County, Texas by year

Year   Subsidy Amount
1995 $713,084
1996 $756,700
1997 $599,996
1998 $1,029,400
1999 $1,221,620
2000 $940,355
2001 $1,029,200
2002 $1,202,869
2003 $1,248,421
2004 $935,921
2005 $1,058,893
2006 $727,702
2007 $815,481
2008 $732,533
2009 $1,485,944
2010 $907,995
2011 $1,612,995
2012 $2,563,669

1995-2012$19,582,778
  • Farm Programs
  • Crop Insurance Premium Subsidies
  • Conservation Programs (see note below)
  • Disaster Programs