Soybean Subsidies in Arkansas totaled $1.5 billion from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Arkansas Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Phillips County, Arkansas$102,811,1347.0%7.0%
2Mississippi County, Arkansas$101,275,2366.9%14.0%
3Crittenden County, Arkansas$98,057,2036.7%20.7%
4Cross County, Arkansas$84,864,5045.8%26.5%
5Arkansas County, Arkansas$81,872,4075.6%32.1%
6Chicot County, Arkansas$73,082,5305.0%37.1%
7Poinsett County, Arkansas$73,062,9505.0%42.1%
8Lee County, Arkansas$66,889,3144.6%46.7%
9Saint Francis County, Arkansas$66,064,8014.5%51.2%
10Woodruff County, Arkansas$60,548,4554.1%55.4%
11Jackson County, Arkansas$60,447,2964.1%59.5%
12Desha County, Arkansas$56,580,3033.9%63.4%
13Clay County, Arkansas$48,385,5513.3%66.7%
14Lonoke County, Arkansas$48,124,3433.3%70.0%
15Prairie County, Arkansas$46,710,7363.2%73.2%
16Monroe County, Arkansas$46,510,6513.2%76.4%
17Jefferson County, Arkansas$45,884,7903.1%79.5%
18Craighead County, Arkansas$43,336,1913.0%82.5%
19Lawrence County, Arkansas$31,141,7302.1%84.6%
20Greene County, Arkansas$28,030,4301.9%86.6%
21Lincoln County, Arkansas$24,708,4971.7%88.3%
22Ashley County, Arkansas$21,763,5851.5%89.8%
23$20,258,2601.4%91.1%
24White County, Arkansas$17,369,5481.2%92.3%
25Randolph County, Arkansas$16,500,3581.1%93.5%
26Miller County, Arkansas$16,289,6161.1%94.6%
27Independence County, Arkansas$13,191,3510.9%95.5%
28Drew County, Arkansas$13,033,5120.9%96.4%
29Pulaski County, Arkansas$11,311,1990.8%97.1%
30Conway County, Arkansas$7,487,7510.5%97.7%
31Little River County, Arkansas$7,474,3760.5%98.2%
32Lafayette County, Arkansas$7,225,8300.5%98.7%
33Crawford County, Arkansas$5,094,0700.3%99.0%
34Faulkner County, Arkansas$3,290,3900.2%99.2%
35Clark County, Arkansas$2,525,5450.2%99.4%
36Yell County, Arkansas$2,371,2200.2%99.6%
37Pope County, Arkansas$2,293,4370.2%99.7%
38Logan County, Arkansas$1,250,8320.1%99.8%
39Johnson County, Arkansas$734,5400.1%99.9%
40Sebastian County, Arkansas$615,6930.0%99.9%
41Perry County, Arkansas$539,8730.0%99.9%
42Franklin County, Arkansas$244,0830.0%100.0%
43Benton County, Arkansas$113,5160.0%100.0%
44Hot Spring County, Arkansas$105,2180.0%100.0%
45Hempstead County, Arkansas$91,3030.0%100.0%
46Sevier County, Arkansas$53,9300.0%100.0%
47Washington County, Arkansas$43,8870.0%100.0%
48Nevada County, Arkansas$36,5380.0%100.0%
49Sharp County, Arkansas$13,3360.0%100.0%
50Pike County, Arkansas$7,6690.0%100.0%
51Izard County, Arkansas$5,3570.0%100.0%
52Stone County, Arkansas$4,2590.0%100.0%
53Cleburne County, Arkansas$4,1810.0%100.0%
54Union County, Arkansas$2,8880.0%100.0%
55Fulton County, Arkansas$1,4400.0%100.0%
56Howard County, Arkansas$1,3140.0%100.0%
57Boone County, Arkansas$9190.0%100.0%
58Bradley County, Arkansas$7060.0%100.0%
59Newton County, Arkansas$980.0%100.0%
60Saline County, Arkansas$860.0%100.0%
61Calhoun County, Arkansas$600.0%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.

 

Farm Subsidies Education

AgMag