C & D Farms

 

USDA subsidy information for C & D Farms

Payment Breakdown

Subsidy ProgramTotal Payments 1995-2020‡
Total USDA - Subsidies$2,460,139
Subtotal, Farming Subsidies$2,405,104
Subtotal, Disaster Payments$55,035

Commodity subsidy breakdown

Subsidy ProgramTotal Payments 1995-2020‡
Subtotal, Farming Subsidies$2,405,104
Total Market Facilitation Program$438,438
Market Facilitation Program - Corn$1,512
Market Facilitation Program - Soybeans$176,598
Market Facilitation Program - Non-specified commodity crops$260,328
Total Price Loss Coverage$657,562
Price Loss Coverage - Sorghum$2,147
Price Loss Coverage - Rice$592,582
Price Loss Coverage - Wheat$62,833
Total Agricultural Risk Coverage$54,126
Agricultural Risk Coverage County - Corn$50,058
Agricultural Risk Coverage County - Sorghum$519
Agricultural Risk Coverage County - Soybean$117
Agricultural Risk Coverage County - Wheat$3,432
Total Direct Payments$978,173
Direct Payment - Rice$651,632
Direct Payment - Sorghum$13,154
Direct Payment - Soybeans$91,658
Direct Payment - Upland Cotton$149,955
Direct Payment - Wheat$71,874
Direct Payment - Late Fees$-100
Total Counter Cyclical Payments$181,279
Counter Cyclical Payment - Rice$38,848
Counter Cyclical Payment - Sorghum$1,022
Counter Cyclical Payment - Soybeans$0
Counter Cyclical Payment - Cotton$141,409
Counter Cyclical Payment - Wheat$0
Loan Deficiency Payments$8,415
Loan Deficiency - Corn$6,877
Loan Deficiency - Rice$304
Loan Deficiency - Soybeans$1,235
Total Commodity Certificates$55,492
Commodity Certificates - Coop Cotton$55,492
Misc. Farm - Subsidies$1
Interest Penalty Payments$1
Cotton Transistion Assistance Program$11,103
Cotton Transistion Assistance Program$11,103

Disaster subsidy breakdown

Subsidy ProgramTotal Payments 1995-2020‡
Subtotal, Disaster Payments$55,035
Misc. Disaster Payments$55,035
2009 Crop Disaster Program$52,812
2019 Wildfires and Hurricane Disaster Payments$2,223

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

 

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