Cotton Subsidies in Fayette County, Alabama totaled $0 in 2019

Counties in Fayette County, Alabama Receiving cotton subsidies, 2019

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Houston County, Alabama$2,023,93110.0%10.0%
2Geneva County, Alabama$1,952,8519.6%19.6%
3Coffee County, Alabama$1,480,3887.3%26.9%
4Henry County, Alabama$1,404,2166.9%33.8%
5Covington County, Alabama$1,153,1715.7%39.5%
6Escambia County, Alabama$900,7914.4%43.9%
7Madison County, Alabama$900,4664.4%48.3%
8Baldwin County, Alabama$877,0114.3%52.7%
9Limestone County, Alabama$875,5464.3%57.0%
10Lawrence County, Alabama$850,9234.2%61.2%
11Dale County, Alabama$829,4724.1%65.2%
12Cherokee County, Alabama$814,6264.0%69.2%
13Lauderdale County, Alabama$804,5074.0%73.2%
14Dallas County, Alabama$653,8723.2%76.4%
15Monroe County, Alabama$613,5103.0%79.4%
16Barbour County, Alabama$451,5152.2%81.7%
17Pike County, Alabama$446,9832.2%83.9%
18Marengo County, Alabama$312,7831.5%85.4%
19Talladega County, Alabama$280,4571.4%86.8%
20Colbert County, Alabama$276,4601.4%88.2%
21Conecuh County, Alabama$266,2311.3%89.5%
22Elmore County, Alabama$256,3021.3%90.7%
23DeKalb County, Alabama$204,5061.0%91.7%
24Autauga County, Alabama$200,4081.0%92.7%
25Perry County, Alabama$191,7620.9%93.7%
26Jackson County, Alabama$163,4790.8%94.5%
27Montgomery County, Alabama$142,5980.7%95.2%
28Calhoun County, Alabama$137,6340.7%95.9%
29Macon County, Alabama$136,7730.7%96.5%
30Etowah County, Alabama$125,6500.6%97.1%
31Morgan County, Alabama$117,4750.6%97.7%
32Lowndes County, Alabama$110,9650.5%98.3%
33Bullock County, Alabama$97,4640.5%98.7%
34Crenshaw County, Alabama$80,4320.4%99.1%
35Lee County, Alabama$52,5790.3%99.4%
36Franklin County, Alabama$42,4940.2%99.6%
37Blount County, Alabama$27,3250.1%99.7%
38Marshall County, Alabama$26,7900.1%99.9%
39Cullman County, Alabama$24,7140.1%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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