William M Nobles

 

USDA subsidy information for William M Nobles

William M Nobles received payments totaling $2,921,368 from 1995 through 2020'‡';

Year Conservation Subsidies Disaster Subsidies Commodity Subsidies Total USDA Subsidies
1995-2020‡
1995 $4,128 $37,050 $-553 $40,625
1996 $2,275 $0 $10,908 $13,183
1997 $2,275 $0 $6,359 $8,634
1998 $2,275 $0 $10,793 $13,068
1999 $2,275 $70,523 $25,847 $98,645
2000 $2,275 $55,680 $65,619 $123,574
2001 $2,275 $42,233 $115,872 $160,380
2002 $2,275 $0 $330,231 $332,506
2003 $2,575 $80,000 $262,454 $345,029
2004 $566 $0 $89,035 $89,601
2005 $6,085 $80,000 $174,941 $261,026
2006 $7,205 $54,500 $150,104 $211,809
2007 $7,817 $7,231 $116,233 $131,281
2008 $7,817 $79,934 $75,588 $163,339
2009 $1,732 $0 $49,715 $51,447
2010 $1,732 $90,041 $50,256 $142,029
2011 $1,732 $71,591 $45,166 $118,489
2012 $2,304 $82,751 $21,010 $106,065
2013 $377 $100,000 $16,268 $116,645
2014 $1,147 $0 $5,218 $6,365
2015 $1,147 $0 $36,912 $38,059
2016 $1,147 $0 $46,457 $47,604
2017 $1,147 $0 $26,795 $27,942
2018 $1,147 $0 $28,850 $29,997
2019‡ $1,147 $58,705 $165,768 $225,620
2020 $0 $0 $18,405 $18,405
Total $66,877 $910,239 $1,944,252 $2,921,368

Crop Summary for William M Nobles

Crop Payments 1995-2020‡
Peanut Subsidies$1,103,896
Cotton Subsidies$607,171
Price Loss Coverage Payments$107,476
Corn Subsidies$33,194
Wheat Subsidies$14,639
Livestock Subsidies$2,603
Sorghum Subsidies$750
Soybean Subsidies$255
Oat Subsidies$163

Counties where payments were made from

County Subsidy Payments 1995-2020‡
Walton County, Florida $276,437
Pike County, Alabama $129,546
Escambia County, Alabama $47,536
Monroe County, Alabama $46,266
Baldwin County, Alabama $2,253
Dale County, Alabama $30,585
Holmes County, Florida $15,597
Coffee County, Alabama $1,778,641
Covington County, Alabama $189,697
Geneva County, Alabama $392,297
Okaloosa County, Florida $12,512
Total $2,921,368

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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