Oat Subsidies in California totaled $12.3 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in California Receiving oat subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Oat Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Stanislaus County, California$3,614,61529.3%29.3%
2Merced County, California$2,724,74322.1%51.4%
3San Joaquin County, California$1,188,9769.6%61.0%
4Sonoma County, California$783,9546.4%67.4%
5Tulare County, California$726,0695.9%73.2%
6Siskiyou County, California$474,6773.8%77.1%
7Fresno County, California$425,1633.4%80.5%
8Kings County, California$246,8782.0%82.5%
9Yolo County, California$230,4211.9%84.4%
10San Luis Obispo County, California$225,9071.8%86.2%
11Modoc County, California$223,7461.8%88.0%
12Marin County, California$147,4411.2%89.2%
13Glenn County, California$147,0281.2%90.4%
14Kern County, California$146,8241.2%91.6%
15Madera County, California$125,4611.0%92.6%
16Tehama County, California$121,3961.0%93.6%
17Riverside County, California$120,5551.0%94.6%
18Solano County, California$106,3100.9%95.5%
19Sacramento County, California$99,9380.8%96.3%
20San Benito County, California$76,8210.6%96.9%
21Colusa County, California$55,0760.4%97.3%
22Sutter County, California$51,7860.4%97.8%
23Monterey County, California$48,0140.4%98.1%
24Placer County, California$30,5950.2%98.4%
25Lassen County, California$30,2470.2%98.6%
26Alameda County, California$28,1800.2%98.9%
27Butte County, California$26,6450.2%99.1%
28Shasta County, California$25,6310.2%99.3%
29Lake County, California$20,6300.2%99.5%
30Santa Clara County, California$17,0750.1%99.6%
31Yuba County, California$13,7860.1%99.7%
32Contra Costa County, California$13,7620.1%99.8%
33Plumas County, California$12,8150.1%99.9%
34Mono County, California$2,3120.0%99.9%
35Humboldt County, California$2,1260.0%100.0%
36Imperial County, California$1,5820.0%100.0%
37Sierra County, California$1,4460.0%100.0%
38Santa Barbara County, California$5590.0%100.0%
39Amador County, California$5540.0%100.0%
40Alpine County, California$5270.0%100.0%
41Trinity County, California$100.0%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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