Commodity subsidies in California totaled $7.1 billion from 1995-2014.

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Counties in California Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2014

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Colusa County, California$725,494,33910.2%10.2%
2Fresno County, California$658,613,8139.2%19.4%
3$624,670,1548.8%28.1%
4Kern County, California$534,509,4147.5%35.6%
5Sutter County, California$491,513,7506.9%42.5%
6Tulare County, California$461,386,6886.5%49.0%
7Butte County, California$453,506,9766.4%55.3%
8Glenn County, California$444,562,6616.2%61.6%
9Kings County, California$439,806,5196.2%67.7%
10$394,971,0805.5%73.3%
11Merced County, California$338,463,9104.7%78.0%
12Yolo County, California$239,683,8373.4%81.4%
13Yuba County, California$157,492,6312.2%83.6%
14San Joaquin County, California$136,103,2801.9%85.5%
15Madera County, California$128,137,5801.8%87.3%
16Imperial County, California$121,342,6671.7%89.0%
17Stanislaus County, California$116,531,8501.6%90.6%
18Sacramento County, California$113,947,9871.6%92.2%
19Riverside County, California$79,217,9901.1%93.3%
20Placer County, California$66,052,4790.9%94.2%
21Solano County, California$56,755,0040.8%95.0%
22San Bernardino County, California$36,599,7690.5%95.5%
23Tehama County, California$25,597,6020.4%95.9%
24Sonoma County, California$21,290,0850.3%96.2%
25Siskiyou County, California$19,383,2130.3%96.5%
26San Luis Obispo County, California$18,524,9960.3%96.7%
27$13,509,9030.2%96.9%
28Modoc County, California$13,385,7740.2%97.1%
29Humboldt County, California$12,785,4590.2%97.3%
30Monterey County, California$7,660,9400.1%97.4%
31Marin County, California$7,065,2670.1%97.5%
32San Benito County, California$6,878,4440.1%97.6%
33Contra Costa County, California$6,846,8880.1%97.7%
34San Diego County, California$2,672,3060.0%97.7%
35Lassen County, California$2,241,4080.0%97.7%
36Alameda County, California$2,050,0080.0%97.8%
37Los Angeles County, California$1,554,7090.0%97.8%
38Shasta County, California$1,504,3410.0%97.8%
39Santa Cruz County, California$1,502,4940.0%97.8%
40Del Norte County, California$1,500,2350.0%97.9%
41$1,380,6370.0%97.9%
42Santa Clara County, California$1,075,3370.0%97.9%
43Santa Barbara County, California$1,019,5050.0%97.9%
44Ventura County, California$961,2750.0%97.9%
45Mendocino County, California$941,6340.0%97.9%
46Amador County, California$456,5260.0%97.9%
47El Dorado County, California$272,8420.0%97.9%
48$221,9760.0%97.9%
49Tuolumne County, California$110,2660.0%97.9%
50Calaveras County, California$100,7050.0%97.9%
51Napa County, California$83,9520.0%98.0%
52Mono County, California$77,6760.0%98.0%
53Lake County, California$34,4520.0%98.0%
54Plumas County, California$32,5560.0%98.0%
55Nevada County, California$17,8020.0%98.0%
56Inyo County, California$16,9390.0%98.0%
57Sierra County, California$7,8370.0%98.0%
58Orange County, California$6,4710.0%98.0%
59Mariposa County, California$5,5600.0%98.0%
60San Mateo County, California$1,3860.0%98.0%
61Trinity County, California$1690.0%98.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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