Wheat Subsidies in Colorado totaled $32.6 million in 2019

Counties in Colorado Receiving wheat subsidies, 2019

Rank County Wheat Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kit Carson County, Colorado$4,016,72012.3%12.3%
2Washington County, Colorado$3,469,88410.6%22.9%
3Kiowa County, Colorado$3,127,5609.6%32.5%
4Cheyenne County, Colorado$2,705,1838.3%40.8%
5Adams County, Colorado$2,648,6748.1%48.9%
6Baca County, Colorado$2,372,2757.3%56.2%
7Prowers County, Colorado$2,253,0836.9%63.1%
8Lincoln County, Colorado$2,145,7076.6%69.7%
9Weld County, Colorado$2,095,6826.4%76.1%
10Yuma County, Colorado$1,985,9316.1%82.2%
11Phillips County, Colorado$1,379,7084.2%86.4%
12Logan County, Colorado$1,286,3673.9%90.3%
13Morgan County, Colorado$814,0182.5%92.8%
14Sedgwick County, Colorado$670,9082.1%94.9%
15Arapahoe County, Colorado$469,1451.4%96.3%
16Elbert County, Colorado$430,2101.3%97.6%
17Bent County, Colorado$163,1570.5%98.1%
18Saguache County, Colorado$140,0360.4%98.6%
19Alamosa County, Colorado$130,4720.4%99.0%
20Dolores County, Colorado$108,1180.3%99.3%
21Rio Grande County, Colorado$70,3980.2%99.5%
22Larimer County, Colorado$52,4060.2%99.7%
23Montezuma County, Colorado$37,5260.1%99.8%
24Conejos County, Colorado$25,8790.1%99.9%
25Las Animas County, Colorado$19,3690.1%99.9%
26Pueblo County, Colorado$12,6390.0%100.0%
27Crowley County, Colorado$5,8670.0%100.0%
28Otero County, Colorado$4,1080.0%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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