Cotton Subsidies in Alabama totaled $21.0 million in 2017

Counties in Alabama Receiving cotton subsidies, 2017

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Geneva County, Alabama$1,590,2347.6%7.6%
2Limestone County, Alabama$1,577,4737.5%15.1%
3Coffee County, Alabama$1,412,1406.7%21.8%
4Madison County, Alabama$1,351,8406.4%28.2%
5Lauderdale County, Alabama$1,348,2756.4%34.7%
6Houston County, Alabama$1,272,6066.1%40.7%
7Henry County, Alabama$1,151,1505.5%46.2%
8Covington County, Alabama$1,092,3175.2%51.4%
9Cherokee County, Alabama$1,072,0345.1%56.5%
10Lawrence County, Alabama$1,067,2805.1%61.6%
11Escambia County, Alabama$977,5894.7%66.3%
12Baldwin County, Alabama$848,9854.0%70.3%
13Dallas County, Alabama$773,0063.7%74.0%
14Dale County, Alabama$650,3883.1%77.1%
15Monroe County, Alabama$514,0932.4%79.5%
16Elmore County, Alabama$492,8642.3%81.9%
17Barbour County, Alabama$451,7042.2%84.0%
18Colbert County, Alabama$411,0302.0%86.0%
19Conecuh County, Alabama$342,8021.6%87.6%
20Pike County, Alabama$307,5921.5%89.1%
21Autauga County, Alabama$261,0831.2%90.3%
22Etowah County, Alabama$260,3051.2%91.6%
23Marengo County, Alabama$248,7681.2%92.7%
24Talladega County, Alabama$222,9671.1%93.8%
25Montgomery County, Alabama$205,1211.0%94.8%
26Morgan County, Alabama$172,0710.8%95.6%
27Jackson County, Alabama$150,4510.7%96.3%
28Calhoun County, Alabama$138,0150.7%97.0%
29Bullock County, Alabama$92,2900.4%97.4%
30Macon County, Alabama$91,4010.4%97.9%
31DeKalb County, Alabama$90,5650.4%98.3%
32Lowndes County, Alabama$88,8760.4%98.7%
33Franklin County, Alabama$70,1060.3%99.0%
34Perry County, Alabama$67,8740.3%99.4%
35Crenshaw County, Alabama$66,4860.3%99.7%
36Blount County, Alabama$29,6850.1%99.8%
37Marshall County, Alabama$16,3240.1%99.9%
38Cullman County, Alabama$10,8610.1%100.0%
39Wilcox County, Alabama$4,0990.0%100.0%
40Hale County, Alabama$2,4630.0%100.0%
41Pickens County, Alabama$1,7370.0%100.0%
42Lee County, Alabama$4400.0%100.0%
43Russell County, Alabama$4080.0%100.0%
44Fayette County, Alabama$2940.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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