Total Ldp-like Grazing Payments in Crenshaw County, Alabama totaled $16,789 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Crenshaw County, Alabama Receiving Total Ldp-like Grazing Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Ldp-like Grazing Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Geneva County, Alabama$123,32817.7%17.7%
2Limestone County, Alabama$57,4298.2%26.0%
3Coffee County, Alabama$49,3217.1%33.0%
4Dallas County, Alabama$48,8787.0%40.1%
5Henry County, Alabama$46,6406.7%46.7%
6Monroe County, Alabama$38,1785.5%52.2%
7Dale County, Alabama$36,4545.2%57.5%
8Marengo County, Alabama$32,1564.6%62.1%
9Covington County, Alabama$31,2374.5%66.6%
10Barbour County, Alabama$30,3794.4%70.9%
11Baldwin County, Alabama$29,1534.2%75.1%
12Houston County, Alabama$22,0983.2%78.3%
13Pickens County, Alabama$20,2482.9%81.2%
14Crenshaw County, Alabama$16,7892.4%83.6%
15Butler County, Alabama$13,5651.9%85.5%
16Montgomery County, Alabama$12,4531.8%87.3%
17Lowndes County, Alabama$10,4551.5%88.8%
18Colbert County, Alabama$9,7161.4%90.2%
19Jackson County, Alabama$8,3721.2%91.4%
20Perry County, Alabama$7,4941.1%92.5%
21Cullman County, Alabama$6,9261.0%93.5%
22Escambia County, Alabama$5,8840.8%94.3%
23Talladega County, Alabama$5,8440.8%95.2%
24Russell County, Alabama$5,4260.8%96.0%
25Conecuh County, Alabama$4,7550.7%96.7%
26Etowah County, Alabama$3,8670.6%97.2%
27Pike County, Alabama$3,5790.5%97.7%
28Wilcox County, Alabama$3,5300.5%98.2%
29Autauga County, Alabama$2,5820.4%98.6%
30Elmore County, Alabama$2,1410.3%98.9%
31Morgan County, Alabama$2,1300.3%99.2%
32DeKalb County, Alabama$1,8030.3%99.5%
33Lauderdale County, Alabama$1,7260.2%99.7%
34Greene County, Alabama$7720.1%99.8%
35Sumter County, Alabama$4440.1%99.9%
36Clay County, Alabama$2610.0%99.9%
37Marshall County, Alabama$2500.0%100.0%
38Randolph County, Alabama$2120.0%100.0%
39Lee County, Alabama$310.0%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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