USDA subsidies in Las Animas County, Colorado totaled $46.0 million from 1995-2014.

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Total USDA - Subsidies in Las Animas County, Colorado by county, 1995-2014
Rank County Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kit Carson County, Colorado$644,608,94210.5%10.5%
2Yuma County, Colorado$592,594,4789.7%20.2%
3Weld County, Colorado$490,786,5358.0%28.2%
4Baca County, Colorado$485,125,4797.9%36.2%
5Washington County, Colorado$436,376,9577.1%43.3%
6Kiowa County, Colorado$343,931,5235.6%48.9%
7Prowers County, Colorado$296,800,7704.8%53.8%
8Logan County, Colorado$296,552,1714.8%58.6%
9Cheyenne County, Colorado$282,775,0474.6%63.2%
10Phillips County, Colorado$267,228,8934.4%67.6%
11Morgan County, Colorado$256,261,1914.2%71.8%
12Lincoln County, Colorado$246,696,4704.0%75.8%
13Adams County, Colorado$163,031,9952.7%78.5%
14Sedgwick County, Colorado$145,136,9762.4%80.8%
15Colorado NRCS$125,454,5932.0%82.9%
16Otero County, Colorado$83,611,4361.4%84.3%
17Bent County, Colorado$82,416,4821.3%85.6%
18Elbert County, Colorado$72,883,3341.2%86.8%
19Arapahoe County, Colorado$69,723,0141.1%87.9%
20Pueblo County, Colorado$60,618,5371.0%88.9%
21Saguache County, Colorado$58,264,5531.0%89.9%
22Moffat County, Colorado$52,070,9030.9%90.7%
23Alamosa County, Colorado$47,196,3890.8%91.5%
24Crowley County, Colorado$46,447,2670.8%92.3%
25Las Animas County, Colorado$46,018,4840.8%93.0%
26Rio Grande County, Colorado$45,727,1410.7%93.8%
27Montezuma County, Colorado$39,813,4580.7%94.4%
28Conejos County, Colorado$34,621,0020.6%95.0%
29Dolores County, Colorado$34,532,8420.6%95.5%
30Larimer County, Colorado$33,218,8660.5%96.1%
31Delta County, Colorado$25,862,2970.4%96.5%
32Montrose County, Colorado$25,661,2360.4%96.9%
33Routt County, Colorado$23,717,5730.4%97.3%
34Mesa County, Colorado$22,319,5870.4%97.7%
35El Paso County, Colorado$19,860,8720.3%98.0%
36La Plata County, Colorado$19,475,9830.3%98.3%
37Rio Blanco County, Colorado$17,469,8030.3%98.6%
38Costilla County, Colorado$16,327,4140.3%98.9%
39Garfield County, Colorado$11,379,6250.2%99.1%
40Boulder County, Colorado$9,008,7770.1%99.2%
41Huerfano County, Colorado$8,966,7670.1%99.4%
42Custer County, Colorado$6,012,9320.1%99.5%
43Fremont County, Colorado$5,497,3760.1%99.5%
44San Miguel County, Colorado$4,652,9430.1%99.6%
45Eagle County, Colorado$4,137,3860.1%99.7%
46Jackson County, Colorado$3,134,8640.1%99.7%
47Douglas County, Colorado$2,145,1560.0%99.8%
48Denver County, Colorado$2,098,9880.0%99.8%
49Gunnison County, Colorado$2,072,6580.0%99.8%
50Grand County, Colorado$1,952,0890.0%99.9%
51Chaffee County, Colorado$1,895,4040.0%99.9%
52Archuleta County, Colorado$1,828,2370.0%99.9%
53Ouray County, Colorado$965,9000.0%100.0%
54Park County, Colorado$914,9830.0%100.0%
55Jefferson County, Colorado$495,1950.0%100.0%
56Pitkin County, Colorado$471,7790.0%100.0%
57Teller County, Colorado$385,2980.0%100.0%
58$261,9670.0%100.0%
59Mineral County, Colorado$130,1270.0%100.0%
60Hinsdale County, Colorado$116,4440.0%100.0%
61Summit County, Colorado$82,6780.0%100.0%
62Lake County, Colorado$28,0120.0%100.0%
63Gilpin County, Colorado$14,5360.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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