Cotton Subsidies in Alabama totaled $1.5 billion from 1995-2017.

Counties in Alabama Receiving cotton subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Limestone County, Alabama$131,297,4058.6%8.6%
2$130,931,7068.6%17.2%
3Lawrence County, Alabama$99,833,3686.6%23.8%
4Madison County, Alabama$88,461,1345.8%29.6%
5Escambia County, Alabama$83,740,3755.5%35.1%
6Colbert County, Alabama$67,826,4064.5%39.5%
7Lauderdale County, Alabama$64,779,6264.3%43.8%
8Houston County, Alabama$64,500,2574.2%48.0%
9Monroe County, Alabama$64,097,3384.2%52.2%
10Geneva County, Alabama$61,630,8514.0%56.3%
11Cherokee County, Alabama$55,335,2173.6%59.9%
12Dallas County, Alabama$49,915,1253.3%63.2%
13Coffee County, Alabama$49,146,8893.2%66.4%
14Henry County, Alabama$48,396,9463.2%69.6%
15Baldwin County, Alabama$43,162,1792.8%72.4%
16Covington County, Alabama$40,788,2752.7%75.1%
17Elmore County, Alabama$38,349,5242.5%77.6%
18Mobile County, Alabama$30,866,3612.0%79.6%
19Autauga County, Alabama$29,628,5911.9%81.6%
20Dale County, Alabama$27,276,7401.8%83.4%
21Pike County, Alabama$22,643,3201.5%84.9%
22Barbour County, Alabama$18,957,3901.2%86.1%
23Macon County, Alabama$13,617,8830.9%87.0%
24Tuscaloosa County, Alabama$13,418,3920.9%87.9%
25Lowndes County, Alabama$12,715,5840.8%88.7%
26Russell County, Alabama$12,392,9770.8%89.5%
27Talladega County, Alabama$12,198,2050.8%90.3%
28Conecuh County, Alabama$11,567,8480.8%91.1%
29Etowah County, Alabama$9,577,2060.6%91.7%
30Shelby County, Alabama$9,474,8690.6%92.3%
31Marengo County, Alabama$9,030,8200.6%92.9%
32Jackson County, Alabama$8,101,6850.5%93.5%
33Calhoun County, Alabama$7,693,3340.5%94.0%
34Crenshaw County, Alabama$7,124,2720.5%94.4%
35Lee County, Alabama$6,130,9810.4%94.8%
36Morgan County, Alabama$5,826,9680.4%95.2%
37Montgomery County, Alabama$5,755,6450.4%95.6%
38Wilcox County, Alabama$5,344,1990.4%95.9%
39Pickens County, Alabama$5,283,6620.3%96.3%
40Fayette County, Alabama$4,826,6590.3%96.6%
41Blount County, Alabama$4,590,6280.3%96.9%
42Tallapoosa County, Alabama$4,364,0530.3%97.2%
43Perry County, Alabama$3,922,5140.3%97.5%
44Cullman County, Alabama$3,810,5680.3%97.7%
45Washington County, Alabama$3,556,3980.2%97.9%
46Butler County, Alabama$3,543,1920.2%98.2%
47Hale County, Alabama$3,441,3240.2%98.4%
48Franklin County, Alabama$3,422,6930.2%98.6%
49$3,290,4800.2%98.8%
50Bullock County, Alabama$2,486,9870.2%99.0%
51Chilton County, Alabama$2,219,3490.1%99.1%
52Greene County, Alabama$2,156,0830.1%99.3%
53Lamar County, Alabama$1,833,7600.1%99.4%
54Marshall County, Alabama$1,686,2730.1%99.5%
55Marion County, Alabama$1,483,1030.1%99.6%
56Clarke County, Alabama$1,307,7230.1%99.7%
57DeKalb County, Alabama$1,250,3640.1%99.8%
58Choctaw County, Alabama$1,155,6870.1%99.9%
59Chambers County, Alabama$1,101,8120.1%99.9%
60Bibb County, Alabama$836,0410.1%100.0%
61Winston County, Alabama$60,6620.0%100.0%
62Randolph County, Alabama$36,6150.0%100.0%
63Saint Clair County, Alabama$19,3160.0%100.0%
64Clay County, Alabama$13,0300.0%100.0%
65Walker County, Alabama$10,2650.0%100.0%
66Sumter County, Alabama$5,4620.0%100.0%
67Cleburne County, Alabama$2,3600.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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