Peanut Subsidies in Alabama totaled $721 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Alabama Receiving peanut subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Peanut Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Houston County, Alabama$137,702,07419.1%19.1%
2Henry County, Alabama$101,908,55214.1%33.2%
3Geneva County, Alabama$99,715,14013.8%47.1%
4Coffee County, Alabama$81,079,71411.2%58.3%
5Dale County, Alabama$51,129,2177.1%65.4%
6Barbour County, Alabama$46,109,2456.4%71.8%
7Covington County, Alabama$39,132,5575.4%77.2%
8Baldwin County, Alabama$37,111,2795.1%82.4%
9Pike County, Alabama$31,344,1554.3%86.7%
10Escambia County, Alabama$22,894,6463.2%89.9%
11Crenshaw County, Alabama$13,805,3921.9%91.8%
12Mobile County, Alabama$12,299,6451.7%93.5%
13Monroe County, Alabama$11,679,4501.6%95.2%
14Dallas County, Alabama$7,220,5131.0%96.2%
15Russell County, Alabama$7,116,3381.0%97.2%
16Bullock County, Alabama$5,407,3230.8%97.9%
17Butler County, Alabama$3,809,1030.5%98.4%
18Conecuh County, Alabama$3,393,5580.5%98.9%
19Hale County, Alabama$1,335,3360.2%99.1%
20Washington County, Alabama$1,332,7800.2%99.3%
21Lawrence County, Alabama$896,8620.1%99.4%
22Autauga County, Alabama$599,3610.1%99.5%
23Macon County, Alabama$510,8020.1%99.5%
24Blount County, Alabama$475,5010.1%99.6%
25Lamar County, Alabama$452,5870.1%99.7%
26Fayette County, Alabama$399,9140.1%99.7%
27Lee County, Alabama$337,3580.0%99.8%
28Perry County, Alabama$298,1360.0%99.8%
29Marion County, Alabama$254,3960.0%99.9%
30Franklin County, Alabama$209,5150.0%99.9%
31Montgomery County, Alabama$209,2460.0%99.9%
32Lowndes County, Alabama$175,1540.0%99.9%
33Clarke County, Alabama$145,3080.0%100.0%
34Elmore County, Alabama$143,7570.0%100.0%
35Tallapoosa County, Alabama$62,1620.0%100.0%
36Pickens County, Alabama$41,3800.0%100.0%
37Chambers County, Alabama$37,1120.0%100.0%
38Wilcox County, Alabama$4,5630.0%100.0%
39Greene County, Alabama$8980.0%100.0%
40Lauderdale County, Alabama$550.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

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

 

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