Commodity subsidies in Moffat County, Colorado totaled $16.3 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Moffat County, Colorado Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yuma County, Colorado$413,323,43013.9%13.9%
2Kit Carson County, Colorado$363,980,13212.3%26.2%
3Weld County, Colorado$270,317,0369.1%35.3%
4Washington County, Colorado$211,175,5007.1%42.5%
5Phillips County, Colorado$195,601,0596.6%49.1%
6Baca County, Colorado$193,855,8096.5%55.6%
7Logan County, Colorado$169,383,1585.7%61.3%
8Morgan County, Colorado$163,576,4245.5%66.8%
9Kiowa County, Colorado$118,472,6444.0%70.8%
10Sedgwick County, Colorado$114,941,7243.9%74.7%
11Cheyenne County, Colorado$108,529,2893.7%78.4%
12Prowers County, Colorado$108,238,9103.7%82.0%
13Adams County, Colorado$91,179,7153.1%85.1%
14Lincoln County, Colorado$89,972,3903.0%88.1%
15Otero County, Colorado$37,070,8331.3%89.4%
16Arapahoe County, Colorado$36,160,1681.2%90.6%
17Rio Grande County, Colorado$26,744,9490.9%91.5%
18Bent County, Colorado$24,580,5740.8%92.3%
19Saguache County, Colorado$24,353,3940.8%93.2%
20Larimer County, Colorado$24,342,1150.8%94.0%
21Elbert County, Colorado$23,436,7860.8%94.8%
22Moffat County, Colorado$16,289,5880.5%95.3%
23Montrose County, Colorado$13,990,8830.5%95.8%
24Alamosa County, Colorado$12,948,2000.4%96.2%
25Pueblo County, Colorado$12,108,7550.4%96.6%
26Crowley County, Colorado$10,781,8170.4%97.0%
27Delta County, Colorado$10,603,7860.4%97.4%
28Mesa County, Colorado$10,315,6820.3%97.7%
29Conejos County, Colorado$10,090,8700.3%98.0%
30Dolores County, Colorado$7,927,5770.3%98.3%
31Routt County, Colorado$6,727,2660.2%98.5%
32Boulder County, Colorado$6,688,3530.2%98.8%
33Costilla County, Colorado$6,573,4210.2%99.0%
34Montezuma County, Colorado$5,619,9970.2%99.2%
35Rio Blanco County, Colorado$5,121,0010.2%99.3%
36Las Animas County, Colorado$4,224,7010.1%99.5%
37El Paso County, Colorado$2,665,3060.1%99.6%
38La Plata County, Colorado$2,399,5400.1%99.7%
39Garfield County, Colorado$2,214,5060.1%99.7%
40Denver County, Colorado$1,621,0640.1%99.8%
41Fremont County, Colorado$1,490,9540.1%99.8%
42Douglas County, Colorado$990,6630.0%99.9%
43Eagle County, Colorado$978,6390.0%99.9%
44Huerfano County, Colorado$817,4150.0%99.9%
45San Miguel County, Colorado$490,1160.0%99.9%
46Archuleta County, Colorado$323,8850.0%100.0%
47Grand County, Colorado$202,5860.0%100.0%
48Gunnison County, Colorado$197,5200.0%100.0%
49Custer County, Colorado$194,5390.0%100.0%
50Chaffee County, Colorado$162,2240.0%100.0%
51Jackson County, Colorado$154,9210.0%100.0%
52$125,7830.0%100.0%
53Jefferson County, Colorado$55,8500.0%100.0%
54Pitkin County, Colorado$26,3200.0%100.0%
55Ouray County, Colorado$23,0070.0%100.0%
56Teller County, Colorado$20,1530.0%100.0%
57Park County, Colorado$19,0020.0%100.0%
58Summit County, Colorado$2,5510.0%100.0%
59Mineral County, Colorado$50.0%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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