USDA subsidies in Washington County, Colorado totaled $520 million from 1995-2019‡.

Total USDA - Subsidies in Washington County, Colorado by county, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kit Carson County, Colorado$764,591,67510.4%10.4%
2Yuma County, Colorado$711,594,3789.7%20.1%
3Baca County, Colorado$603,109,7368.2%28.3%
4Weld County, Colorado$581,050,3937.9%36.2%
5Washington County, Colorado$519,551,0547.1%43.3%
6Kiowa County, Colorado$418,708,4115.7%49.0%
7Prowers County, Colorado$357,883,0854.9%53.8%
8Logan County, Colorado$354,169,9824.8%58.6%
9Cheyenne County, Colorado$342,677,3304.7%63.3%
10Phillips County, Colorado$319,702,9794.3%67.7%
11Morgan County, Colorado$300,919,2354.1%71.7%
12Lincoln County, Colorado$295,998,4464.0%75.8%
13Adams County, Colorado$195,711,2182.7%78.4%
14Sedgwick County, Colorado$175,481,7452.4%80.8%
15Colorado NRCS$125,454,5931.7%82.5%
16Otero County, Colorado$110,127,6511.5%84.0%
17Bent County, Colorado$103,481,2011.4%85.4%
18Elbert County, Colorado$86,262,1591.2%86.6%
19Arapahoe County, Colorado$80,594,9531.1%87.7%
20Pueblo County, Colorado$75,100,0591.0%88.7%
21Saguache County, Colorado$73,629,7871.0%89.7%
22Alamosa County, Colorado$62,653,2590.9%90.6%
23Moffat County, Colorado$58,731,6550.8%91.4%
24Las Animas County, Colorado$58,212,9520.8%92.2%
25Rio Grande County, Colorado$56,582,0050.8%92.9%
26Crowley County, Colorado$55,065,4890.7%93.7%
27Montezuma County, Colorado$47,206,3040.6%94.3%
28Conejos County, Colorado$41,765,1300.6%94.9%
29Dolores County, Colorado$40,171,6640.5%95.4%
30Larimer County, Colorado$39,413,5480.5%96.0%
31Delta County, Colorado$32,521,9400.4%96.4%
32Montrose County, Colorado$32,494,5880.4%96.9%
33Mesa County, Colorado$29,879,2610.4%97.3%
34Routt County, Colorado$28,170,5150.4%97.7%
35La Plata County, Colorado$22,774,6390.3%98.0%
36El Paso County, Colorado$22,742,6510.3%98.3%
37Rio Blanco County, Colorado$19,617,1520.3%98.5%
38Costilla County, Colorado$18,750,6520.3%98.8%
39Garfield County, Colorado$13,258,8120.2%99.0%
40Huerfano County, Colorado$11,056,0070.2%99.1%
41Boulder County, Colorado$10,121,3250.1%99.3%
42San Miguel County, Colorado$7,662,7890.1%99.4%
43Gunnison County, Colorado$6,656,5300.1%99.5%
44Custer County, Colorado$6,500,6870.1%99.5%
45Fremont County, Colorado$5,924,9880.1%99.6%
46Eagle County, Colorado$4,669,6380.1%99.7%
47Jackson County, Colorado$3,654,4280.0%99.7%
48Denver County, Colorado$2,927,1900.0%99.8%
49Chaffee County, Colorado$2,383,9430.0%99.8%
50Grand County, Colorado$2,332,8590.0%99.8%
51Douglas County, Colorado$2,231,3540.0%99.9%
52Archuleta County, Colorado$2,218,4600.0%99.9%
53Park County, Colorado$1,817,7980.0%99.9%
54Ouray County, Colorado$1,220,1070.0%99.9%
55Pitkin County, Colorado$496,1210.0%100.0%
56Teller County, Colorado$402,4310.0%100.0%
57$351,5070.0%100.0%
58Jefferson County, Colorado$349,5730.0%100.0%
59Mineral County, Colorado$182,7900.0%100.0%
60Hinsdale County, Colorado$120,9700.0%100.0%
61Summit County, Colorado$84,1840.0%100.0%
62Lake County, Colorado$42,0710.0%100.0%
63Gilpin County, Colorado$14,5360.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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