Dairy Program Subsidies in California totaled $576 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in California Receiving dairy program subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Dairy Program Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$110,926,40219.3%19.3%
2Merced County, California$92,438,16016.1%35.3%
3Stanislaus County, California$77,983,14613.5%48.9%
4Kings County, California$47,742,0128.3%57.2%
5San Joaquin County, California$39,649,3546.9%64.1%
6San Bernardino County, California$36,414,4116.3%70.4%
7Fresno County, California$32,816,8655.7%76.1%
8Riverside County, California$21,243,2153.7%79.8%
9Sonoma County, California$20,908,5903.6%83.4%
10Kern County, California$18,418,7183.2%86.6%
11Madera County, California$15,420,7372.7%89.3%
12Humboldt County, California$14,734,1772.6%91.8%
13Sacramento County, California$12,057,6292.1%93.9%
14Glenn County, California$10,447,3281.8%95.8%
15Marin County, California$7,288,2981.3%97.0%
16Tehama County, California$4,588,4510.8%97.8%
17San Diego County, California$1,888,7350.3%98.1%
18Del Norte County, California$1,698,2050.3%98.4%
19Yuba County, California$1,124,9450.2%98.6%
20Imperial County, California$1,010,3540.2%98.8%
21Solano County, California$934,4590.2%99.0%
22Siskiyou County, California$819,5110.1%99.1%
23Mendocino County, California$671,9690.1%99.2%
24Monterey County, California$609,7340.1%99.3%
25Yolo County, California$594,6770.1%99.4%
26San Benito County, California$593,8020.1%99.5%
27Butte County, California$514,9170.1%99.6%
28Santa Barbara County, California$471,4770.1%99.7%
29Los Angeles County, California$447,9870.1%99.8%
30Placer County, California$367,0510.1%99.9%
31Sutter County, California$254,2780.0%99.9%
32Contra Costa County, California$200,9430.0%99.9%
33Santa Clara County, California$110,5280.0%100.0%
34Shasta County, California$80,2100.0%100.0%
35San Luis Obispo County, California$73,4100.0%100.0%
36Colusa County, California$72,9460.0%100.0%
37Santa Cruz County, California$18,8750.0%100.0%
38Napa County, California$18,8200.0%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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