Livestock Subsidies in Riverside County, California totaled $4.5 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Riverside County, California Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$33,933,3138.2%8.2%
2Kern County, California$28,061,4756.8%15.0%
3Merced County, California$23,794,1385.8%20.8%
4Modoc County, California$19,398,5004.7%25.5%
5Stanislaus County, California$18,526,9194.5%30.0%
6Fresno County, California$17,832,6894.3%34.3%
7San Luis Obispo County, California$16,931,5614.1%38.4%
8Lassen County, California$16,005,3443.9%42.3%
9Tehama County, California$12,912,8963.1%45.4%
10San Joaquin County, California$12,256,5813.0%48.4%
11Humboldt County, California$11,316,7142.7%51.1%
12Siskiyou County, California$10,804,3242.6%53.8%
13Madera County, California$10,792,1202.6%56.4%
14Solano County, California$9,313,6702.3%58.6%
15Monterey County, California$9,072,2352.2%60.8%
16Glenn County, California$9,063,0872.2%63.0%
17Mariposa County, California$8,359,1382.0%65.1%
18Kings County, California$8,132,0132.0%67.0%
19Santa Barbara County, California$8,068,0512.0%69.0%
20Sonoma County, California$7,596,0931.8%70.8%
21Alameda County, California$7,341,0611.8%72.6%
22San Benito County, California$7,021,8961.7%74.3%
23Imperial County, California$6,756,4701.6%75.9%
24San Bernardino County, California$6,683,1711.6%77.6%
25Calaveras County, California$5,910,4381.4%79.0%
26Colusa County, California$5,784,8661.4%80.4%
27Mendocino County, California$5,600,3151.4%81.7%
28Yolo County, California$5,431,1301.3%83.1%
29Sacramento County, California$5,354,7781.3%84.4%
30Contra Costa County, California$5,336,1801.3%85.7%
31Shasta County, California$4,901,0631.2%86.8%
32Mono County, California$4,873,8901.2%88.0%
33Riverside County, California$4,507,3581.1%89.1%
34Marin County, California$3,994,7511.0%90.1%
35Butte County, California$3,962,6021.0%91.0%
36Tuolumne County, California$3,928,1201.0%92.0%
37Inyo County, California$3,764,1310.9%92.9%
38Ventura County, California$3,536,0770.9%93.8%
39Santa Clara County, California$3,518,9490.9%94.6%
40Amador County, California$3,194,4120.8%95.4%
41Plumas County, California$2,730,7170.7%96.1%
42Sierra County, California$2,581,2430.6%96.7%
43Yuba County, California$2,216,6450.5%97.2%
44San Diego County, California$1,725,4720.4%97.6%
45Napa County, California$1,629,0110.4%98.0%
46El Dorado County, California$1,448,0910.4%98.4%
47Placer County, California$1,377,5580.3%98.7%
48Sutter County, California$1,282,0010.3%99.0%
49Lake County, California$1,215,5500.3%99.3%
50Los Angeles County, California$903,0420.2%99.5%
51Santa Cruz County, California$477,9900.1%99.7%
52Trinity County, California$348,8360.1%99.7%
53Nevada County, California$321,6060.1%99.8%
54San Mateo County, California$270,4580.1%99.9%
55Del Norte County, California$268,4290.1%100.0%
56Alpine County, California$165,9680.0%100.0%
57Orange County, California$29,4020.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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