Wheat Subsidies in Tehama County, California totaled $7.4 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Tehama County, California Receiving wheat subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Wheat Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yolo County, California$79,376,09511.6%11.6%
2Imperial County, California$72,892,70110.6%22.2%
3Kings County, California$59,975,9918.8%31.0%
4Tulare County, California$56,888,0568.3%39.3%
5Fresno County, California$45,528,2786.6%46.0%
6Solano County, California$43,683,1856.4%52.3%
7Kern County, California$43,616,4046.4%58.7%
8Colusa County, California$35,493,3165.2%63.9%
9San Joaquin County, California$34,428,9005.0%68.9%
10Sacramento County, California$25,094,5453.7%72.6%
11Madera County, California$24,375,0803.6%76.1%
12Merced County, California$23,761,8093.5%79.6%
13Glenn County, California$23,306,5373.4%83.0%
14Riverside County, California$22,572,6293.3%86.3%
15Sutter County, California$20,399,0583.0%89.3%
16Siskiyou County, California$19,286,7952.8%92.1%
17Modoc County, California$12,815,8371.9%94.0%
18Tehama County, California$7,382,8411.1%95.1%
19Butte County, California$5,966,3880.9%95.9%
20San Luis Obispo County, California$5,948,4170.9%96.8%
21Stanislaus County, California$4,639,9910.7%97.5%
22Contra Costa County, California$4,224,9560.6%98.1%
23Placer County, California$2,226,3280.3%98.4%
24San Benito County, California$1,940,4470.3%98.7%
25Lassen County, California$1,912,5310.3%99.0%
26Alameda County, California$1,625,6830.2%99.2%
27Monterey County, California$1,153,8580.2%99.4%
28Shasta County, California$1,031,4470.2%99.5%
29Yuba County, California$1,020,3310.1%99.7%
30Santa Clara County, California$724,5150.1%99.8%
31Los Angeles County, California$369,9820.1%99.9%
32Santa Barbara County, California$320,3280.0%99.9%
33Sonoma County, California$231,8590.0%99.9%
34San Diego County, California$152,2170.0%100.0%
35San Bernardino County, California$139,2450.0%100.0%
36Amador County, California$110,2590.0%100.0%
37Plumas County, California$13,8840.0%100.0%
38Sierra County, California$9,7600.0%100.0%
39Lake County, California$4,3000.0%100.0%
40Mono County, California$2640.0%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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