Corn Subsidies in Arkansas totaled $335 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Arkansas Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Corn Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Clay County, Arkansas$26,696,1538.0%8.0%
2Phillips County, Arkansas$21,973,9936.6%14.5%
3Jefferson County, Arkansas$18,006,4465.4%19.9%
4Woodruff County, Arkansas$17,931,8815.4%25.3%
5Miller County, Arkansas$17,442,8885.2%30.5%
6Chicot County, Arkansas$16,498,0764.9%35.4%
7Mississippi County, Arkansas$16,044,6884.8%40.2%
8Jackson County, Arkansas$14,801,5874.4%44.6%
9Desha County, Arkansas$14,729,0144.4%49.0%
10Lee County, Arkansas$14,580,8694.4%53.4%
11Ashley County, Arkansas$14,083,4664.2%57.6%
12Monroe County, Arkansas$13,525,4134.0%61.7%
13Craighead County, Arkansas$13,089,5773.9%65.6%
14Lonoke County, Arkansas$10,129,3723.0%68.6%
15Greene County, Arkansas$9,571,9902.9%71.5%
16Crittenden County, Arkansas$8,566,9762.6%74.0%
17Poinsett County, Arkansas$8,264,1732.5%76.5%
18Lafayette County, Arkansas$7,674,3822.3%78.8%
19Lincoln County, Arkansas$6,732,9572.0%80.8%
20Saint Francis County, Arkansas$6,669,4362.0%82.8%
21Independence County, Arkansas$6,662,0152.0%84.8%
22Arkansas County, Arkansas$6,502,7111.9%86.7%
23Cross County, Arkansas$6,178,9981.8%88.6%
24Little River County, Arkansas$5,403,2151.6%90.2%
25Prairie County, Arkansas$5,132,6081.5%91.7%
26Randolph County, Arkansas$5,129,9721.5%93.2%
27White County, Arkansas$5,014,3581.5%94.7%
28Drew County, Arkansas$4,208,6051.3%96.0%
29Lawrence County, Arkansas$3,051,8000.9%96.9%
30Conway County, Arkansas$2,009,1540.6%97.5%
31Pulaski County, Arkansas$1,471,3180.4%98.0%
32Crawford County, Arkansas$1,264,3630.4%98.3%
33Yell County, Arkansas$1,220,9150.4%98.7%
34Clark County, Arkansas$737,8990.2%98.9%
35Hempstead County, Arkansas$633,8490.2%99.1%
36Logan County, Arkansas$602,6250.2%99.3%
37Faulkner County, Arkansas$552,3720.2%99.5%
38Johnson County, Arkansas$423,0700.1%99.6%
39Pope County, Arkansas$291,2750.1%99.7%
40Nevada County, Arkansas$245,9190.1%99.7%
41Benton County, Arkansas$232,4810.1%99.8%
42Franklin County, Arkansas$112,6600.0%99.8%
43Stone County, Arkansas$85,3040.0%99.9%
44Izard County, Arkansas$68,6490.0%99.9%
45Perry County, Arkansas$67,6960.0%99.9%
46$44,7990.0%99.9%
47Sevier County, Arkansas$41,6390.0%99.9%
48Hot Spring County, Arkansas$38,9850.0%99.9%
49Sebastian County, Arkansas$34,8170.0%100.0%
50Ouachita County, Arkansas$30,3220.0%100.0%
51Pike County, Arkansas$26,9010.0%100.0%
52Cleburne County, Arkansas$21,0160.0%100.0%
53Howard County, Arkansas$18,3780.0%100.0%
54Dallas County, Arkansas$17,0530.0%100.0%
55Grant County, Arkansas$14,1000.0%100.0%
56Van Buren County, Arkansas$9,0570.0%100.0%
57Calhoun County, Arkansas$5,0280.0%100.0%
58Scott County, Arkansas$1,7660.0%100.0%
59Bradley County, Arkansas$1,1880.0%100.0%
60Sharp County, Arkansas$9610.0%100.0%
61Cleveland County, Arkansas$5080.0%100.0%
62Fulton County, Arkansas$4390.0%100.0%
63Washington County, Arkansas$3220.0%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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