Soybean Subsidies in Colorado totaled $5.3 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Colorado Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yuma County, Colorado$2,275,62242.6%42.6%
2Kit Carson County, Colorado$902,69416.9%59.5%
3Sedgwick County, Colorado$475,0278.9%68.4%
4Washington County, Colorado$394,9257.4%75.8%
5Prowers County, Colorado$307,5095.8%81.5%
6Phillips County, Colorado$241,2994.5%86.1%
7Otero County, Colorado$166,0803.1%89.2%
8Logan County, Colorado$163,0573.1%92.2%
9Bent County, Colorado$139,3552.6%94.8%
10Baca County, Colorado$113,6692.1%97.0%
11Cheyenne County, Colorado$68,3861.3%98.2%
12Lincoln County, Colorado$38,4330.7%99.0%
13Kiowa County, Colorado$17,8870.3%99.3%
14Morgan County, Colorado$9,3630.2%99.5%
15Adams County, Colorado$5,9200.1%99.6%
16Weld County, Colorado$5,7270.1%99.7%
17Routt County, Colorado$5,5070.1%99.8%
18Arapahoe County, Colorado$2,6920.1%99.8%
19Alamosa County, Colorado$2,1640.0%99.9%
20Larimer County, Colorado$1,8570.0%99.9%
21Montrose County, Colorado$1,5680.0%99.9%
22Mesa County, Colorado$6180.0%100.0%
23Boulder County, Colorado$5820.0%100.0%
24Teller County, Colorado$4130.0%100.0%
25Costilla County, Colorado$3740.0%100.0%
26Pueblo County, Colorado$3450.0%100.0%
27Elbert County, Colorado$3050.0%100.0%
28Delta County, Colorado$2360.0%100.0%
29Pitkin County, Colorado$510.0%100.0%
30El Paso County, Colorado$110.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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