Peanut Subsidies in Hamilton County, Florida totaled $4.8 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Hamilton County, Florida Receiving peanut subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Peanut Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Jackson County, Florida$104,353,61830.9%30.9%
2Santa Rosa County, Florida$49,156,34714.6%45.5%
3Levy County, Florida$37,930,09611.2%56.7%
4Marion County, Florida$16,148,1064.8%61.5%
5Holmes County, Florida$15,891,0084.7%66.2%
6Calhoun County, Florida$14,121,5834.2%70.4%
7Suwannee County, Florida$12,184,3023.6%74.0%
8Walton County, Florida$11,404,1583.4%77.4%
9Escambia County, Florida$10,836,6433.2%80.6%
10Columbia County, Florida$9,358,5402.8%83.4%
11Washington County, Florida$8,910,3572.6%86.0%
12Madison County, Florida$7,895,5542.3%88.3%
13Alachua County, Florida$7,842,4972.3%90.7%
14Gilchrist County, Florida$7,758,2212.3%93.0%
15Okaloosa County, Florida$6,025,5731.8%94.7%
16Hamilton County, Florida$4,766,5751.4%96.1%
17Jefferson County, Florida$4,128,2061.2%97.4%
18Gadsden County, Florida$2,342,9400.7%98.1%
19Lafayette County, Florida$1,803,7580.5%98.6%
20Osceola County, Florida$1,453,6110.4%99.0%
21Sumter County, Florida$1,008,9390.3%99.3%
22Wakulla County, Florida$950,7140.3%99.6%
23Dixie County, Florida$751,5520.2%99.8%
24Leon County, Florida$305,7230.1%99.9%
25Glades County, Florida$145,0390.0%100.0%
26Hendry County, Florida$47,7610.0%100.0%
27Union County, Florida$36,4920.0%100.0%
28Lake County, Florida$11,5820.0%100.0%
29Manatee County, Florida$10,2240.0%100.0%
30Liberty County, Florida$2,2510.0%100.0%
31Hernando County, Florida$1,6540.0%100.0%
32Citrus County, Florida$1,2700.0%100.0%
33Nassau County, Florida$1,1890.0%100.0%
34Putnam County, Florida$8830.0%100.0%
35Bradford County, Florida$6710.0%100.0%
36Palm Beach County, Florida$2740.0%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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