Soybean Subsidies in Arkansas totaled $1.4 billion from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Arkansas Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Phillips County, Arkansas$96,052,8166.9%6.9%
2Crittenden County, Arkansas$91,368,0276.6%13.5%
3Mississippi County, Arkansas$90,576,5166.5%20.0%
4Arkansas County, Arkansas$80,560,9705.8%25.8%
5Cross County, Arkansas$76,053,9295.5%31.3%
6Chicot County, Arkansas$72,429,7095.2%36.5%
7Poinsett County, Arkansas$68,071,4464.9%41.4%
8Lee County, Arkansas$64,181,3394.6%46.0%
9Saint Francis County, Arkansas$63,962,5514.6%50.6%
10Jackson County, Arkansas$60,244,4784.3%55.0%
11Woodruff County, Arkansas$59,227,3714.3%59.2%
12Desha County, Arkansas$53,795,2613.9%63.1%
13Clay County, Arkansas$47,800,3873.4%66.5%
14Prairie County, Arkansas$46,521,0563.3%69.9%
15Lonoke County, Arkansas$44,156,6403.2%73.1%
16Monroe County, Arkansas$44,149,1373.2%76.2%
17Jefferson County, Arkansas$44,099,4743.2%79.4%
18Craighead County, Arkansas$40,619,0722.9%82.3%
19Lawrence County, Arkansas$28,409,5502.0%84.4%
20Greene County, Arkansas$27,340,6942.0%86.3%
21Lincoln County, Arkansas$22,429,4621.6%88.0%
22Ashley County, Arkansas$21,596,5931.6%89.5%
23$20,258,2601.5%91.0%
24White County, Arkansas$17,634,2391.3%92.2%
25Miller County, Arkansas$16,932,1691.2%93.5%
26Randolph County, Arkansas$14,682,5411.1%94.5%
27Drew County, Arkansas$13,126,9780.9%95.5%
28Independence County, Arkansas$12,824,3030.9%96.4%
29Pulaski County, Arkansas$11,108,1110.8%97.2%
30Little River County, Arkansas$7,587,8860.5%97.7%
31Conway County, Arkansas$7,311,3160.5%98.3%
32Lafayette County, Arkansas$6,610,0510.5%98.7%
33Crawford County, Arkansas$4,966,2580.4%99.1%
34Faulkner County, Arkansas$3,234,6330.2%99.3%
35Clark County, Arkansas$2,382,3120.2%99.5%
36Yell County, Arkansas$2,297,0660.2%99.7%
37Pope County, Arkansas$1,887,7270.1%99.8%
38Logan County, Arkansas$975,2030.1%99.9%
39Johnson County, Arkansas$589,0460.0%99.9%
40Sebastian County, Arkansas$384,0810.0%99.9%
41Perry County, Arkansas$360,7410.0%100.0%
42Franklin County, Arkansas$155,0470.0%100.0%
43Benton County, Arkansas$111,6200.0%100.0%
44Hot Spring County, Arkansas$105,2180.0%100.0%
45Hempstead County, Arkansas$91,3030.0%100.0%
46Sevier County, Arkansas$47,3340.0%100.0%
47Nevada County, Arkansas$36,5380.0%100.0%
48Washington County, Arkansas$16,1930.0%100.0%
49Pike County, Arkansas$7,6690.0%100.0%
50Izard County, Arkansas$5,3570.0%100.0%
51Cleburne County, Arkansas$4,1810.0%100.0%
52Sharp County, Arkansas$3,8940.0%100.0%
53Stone County, Arkansas$2,3890.0%100.0%
54Fulton County, Arkansas$1,4400.0%100.0%
55Howard County, Arkansas$1,3140.0%100.0%
56Boone County, Arkansas$9190.0%100.0%
57Bradley County, Arkansas$7060.0%100.0%
58Newton County, Arkansas$980.0%100.0%
59Saline County, Arkansas$860.0%100.0%
60Calhoun County, Arkansas$600.0%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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