Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Alabama totaled $95.0 million from 2018-2019‡.

Counties in Alabama Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Limestone County, Alabama$9,838,02610.4%10.4%
2Madison County, Alabama$9,177,6149.7%20.0%
3Lawrence County, Alabama$5,632,8845.9%25.9%
4Cherokee County, Alabama$5,169,3025.4%31.4%
5Lauderdale County, Alabama$4,940,3615.2%36.6%
6Baldwin County, Alabama$3,762,6894.0%40.5%
7Geneva County, Alabama$3,523,9373.7%44.2%
8Escambia County, Alabama$3,373,8623.5%47.8%
9Monroe County, Alabama$3,280,0223.5%51.2%
10Colbert County, Alabama$3,173,7593.3%54.6%
11Jackson County, Alabama$2,886,4303.0%57.6%
12Dallas County, Alabama$2,445,0332.6%60.2%
13Dale County, Alabama$2,257,4792.4%62.6%
14DeKalb County, Alabama$2,245,1892.4%64.9%
15Henry County, Alabama$2,239,2482.4%67.3%
16Talladega County, Alabama$2,099,6362.2%69.5%
17Elmore County, Alabama$1,908,3642.0%71.5%
18Mobile County, Alabama$1,715,7561.8%73.3%
19Perry County, Alabama$1,709,9801.8%75.1%
20Covington County, Alabama$1,633,2431.7%76.8%
21Houston County, Alabama$1,601,2471.7%78.5%
22Barbour County, Alabama$1,418,4291.5%80.0%
23Cullman County, Alabama$1,282,5021.3%81.3%
24Marion County, Alabama$1,235,0501.3%82.6%
25Morgan County, Alabama$1,197,6161.3%83.9%
26Autauga County, Alabama$1,096,8021.2%85.1%
27Marengo County, Alabama$1,029,1841.1%86.1%
28Calhoun County, Alabama$1,017,7311.1%87.2%
29Fayette County, Alabama$984,7621.0%88.2%
30Coffee County, Alabama$950,5341.0%89.2%
31Etowah County, Alabama$937,4461.0%90.2%
32Blount County, Alabama$798,9900.8%91.1%
33Tuscaloosa County, Alabama$770,7750.8%91.9%
34Shelby County, Alabama$758,0650.8%92.7%
35Montgomery County, Alabama$654,2400.7%93.4%
36Pike County, Alabama$627,3390.7%94.0%
37Marshall County, Alabama$587,0470.6%94.6%
38Conecuh County, Alabama$584,2100.6%95.3%
39Russell County, Alabama$570,8150.6%95.9%
40Lowndes County, Alabama$529,3870.6%96.4%
41Franklin County, Alabama$498,6610.5%96.9%
42Pickens County, Alabama$477,1170.5%97.4%
43Macon County, Alabama$350,7860.4%97.8%
44Lamar County, Alabama$305,4210.3%98.1%
45Lee County, Alabama$294,8550.3%98.4%
46Tallapoosa County, Alabama$228,7970.2%98.7%
47Winston County, Alabama$198,1230.2%98.9%
48Wilcox County, Alabama$195,4220.2%99.1%
49Washington County, Alabama$152,2030.2%99.3%
50Chilton County, Alabama$106,5110.1%99.4%
51Walker County, Alabama$105,3690.1%99.5%
52Hale County, Alabama$104,6940.1%99.6%
53Butler County, Alabama$91,2520.1%99.7%
54Sumter County, Alabama$75,8620.1%99.8%
55Chambers County, Alabama$60,9570.1%99.8%
56Randolph County, Alabama$43,5630.0%99.9%
57Clarke County, Alabama$41,7640.0%99.9%
58Greene County, Alabama$37,7590.0%100.0%
59Cleburne County, Alabama$20,0690.0%100.0%
60Choctaw County, Alabama$12,8770.0%100.0%
61Crenshaw County, Alabama$6800.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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