USDA subsidies in Lee County, Arkansas totaled $377 million from 1995-2019‡.

Total USDA - Subsidies in Lee County, Arkansas by county, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Poinsett County, Arkansas$785,987,6155.7%5.7%
2Mississippi County, Arkansas$711,929,1435.2%11.0%
3Craighead County, Arkansas$629,935,9574.6%15.6%
4Arkansas County, Arkansas$616,198,8984.5%20.1%
5Cross County, Arkansas$592,179,7544.3%24.4%
6Jackson County, Arkansas$567,788,3294.2%28.6%
7$554,343,0394.1%32.6%
8Phillips County, Arkansas$548,140,1754.0%36.6%
9Clay County, Arkansas$535,690,5973.9%40.5%
10Lonoke County, Arkansas$531,217,7093.9%44.4%
11Jefferson County, Arkansas$494,868,2273.6%48.0%
12Crittenden County, Arkansas$474,470,4373.5%51.5%
13Desha County, Arkansas$472,438,9413.5%55.0%
14Lawrence County, Arkansas$470,423,5413.4%58.4%
15Chicot County, Arkansas$467,326,1743.4%61.8%
16Woodruff County, Arkansas$403,765,4723.0%64.8%
17Greene County, Arkansas$400,430,5622.9%67.7%
18Saint Francis County, Arkansas$384,233,8992.8%70.5%
19Prairie County, Arkansas$383,692,2532.8%73.3%
20Lee County, Arkansas$377,310,8962.8%76.1%
21Monroe County, Arkansas$373,984,4692.7%78.8%
22$314,025,8152.3%81.1%
23Ashley County, Arkansas$307,105,6172.2%83.4%
24Lincoln County, Arkansas$286,925,5692.1%85.5%
25Adams Land Company $255,554,7381.9%87.3%
26White County, Arkansas$186,267,8061.4%88.7%
27Randolph County, Arkansas$179,551,5961.3%90.0%
28Drew County, Arkansas$154,078,5071.1%91.1%
29Miller County, Arkansas$133,326,8631.0%92.1%
30Arkansas NRCS$114,401,1200.8%93.0%
31Independence County, Arkansas$98,825,8790.7%93.7%
32Lafayette County, Arkansas$87,943,8440.6%94.3%
33Pulaski County, Arkansas$60,603,7110.4%94.8%
34Little River County, Arkansas$54,091,2810.4%95.2%
35Faulkner County, Arkansas$46,119,4780.3%95.5%
36Boone County, Arkansas$44,603,8230.3%95.8%
37Conway County, Arkansas$37,755,8270.3%96.1%
38Yell County, Arkansas$31,757,6580.2%96.3%
39Clark County, Arkansas$27,737,2370.2%96.5%
40Hempstead County, Arkansas$27,667,0680.2%96.7%
41Benton County, Arkansas$23,255,9140.2%96.9%
42Fulton County, Arkansas$22,697,4680.2%97.1%
43Carroll County, Arkansas$20,686,3160.2%97.2%
44Pope County, Arkansas$20,682,9530.2%97.4%
45Madison County, Arkansas$19,705,4050.1%97.5%
46Searcy County, Arkansas$19,158,1460.1%97.7%
47Perry County, Arkansas$18,140,3850.1%97.8%
48Izard County, Arkansas$18,010,2570.1%97.9%
49Crawford County, Arkansas$17,748,9410.1%98.1%
50Washington County, Arkansas$17,700,6290.1%98.2%
51Sharp County, Arkansas$17,463,9900.1%98.3%
52Logan County, Arkansas$16,932,6600.1%98.4%
53Stone County, Arkansas$16,846,2650.1%98.6%
54$14,889,8020.1%98.7%
55Marion County, Arkansas$14,351,4040.1%98.8%
56Cleburne County, Arkansas$13,570,0760.1%98.9%
57Bradley County, Arkansas$13,315,9240.1%99.0%
58Newton County, Arkansas$11,878,9360.1%99.1%
59Franklin County, Arkansas$11,792,1360.1%99.1%
60Howard County, Arkansas$11,248,8500.1%99.2%
61Hot Spring County, Arkansas$10,802,1460.1%99.3%
62Sevier County, Arkansas$10,376,7530.1%99.4%
63Van Buren County, Arkansas$9,472,2050.1%99.5%
64Baxter County, Arkansas$8,683,9200.1%99.5%
65Polk County, Arkansas$8,438,9770.1%99.6%
66Nevada County, Arkansas$8,331,9550.1%99.6%
67Johnson County, Arkansas$7,801,3310.1%99.7%
68Pike County, Arkansas$7,255,0680.1%99.8%
69Sebastian County, Arkansas$6,773,9700.0%99.8%
70Scott County, Arkansas$4,682,6040.0%99.8%
71Montgomery County, Arkansas$4,603,7240.0%99.9%
72Cleveland County, Arkansas$2,564,3600.0%99.9%
73Dallas County, Arkansas$2,422,3030.0%99.9%
74Columbia County, Arkansas$2,251,1200.0%99.9%
75Ouachita County, Arkansas$2,103,9800.0%99.9%
76Saline County, Arkansas$1,817,0000.0%99.9%
77Calhoun County, Arkansas$1,809,2090.0%100.0%
78Garland County, Arkansas$1,328,1800.0%100.0%
79Union County, Arkansas$1,259,0850.0%100.0%
80Grant County, Arkansas$1,212,1790.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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