Sorghum Subsidies in Georgia totaled $119,926 in 2019

Counties in Georgia Receiving sorghum subsidies, 2019

Rank County Sorghum Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dooly County, Georgia$22,96919.2%19.2%
2Taylor County, Georgia$10,4298.7%27.8%
3Randolph County, Georgia$10,2458.5%36.4%
4Lee County, Georgia$8,6427.2%43.6%
5Dodge County, Georgia$7,8366.5%50.1%
6Seminole County, Georgia$6,4125.3%55.5%
7Early County, Georgia$5,1864.3%59.8%
8Worth County, Georgia$5,0994.3%64.1%
9Calhoun County, Georgia$5,0374.2%68.3%
10Stewart County, Georgia$4,8134.0%72.3%
11Johnson County, Georgia$4,4743.7%76.0%
12Thomas County, Georgia$3,6333.0%79.0%
13Jefferson County, Georgia$3,2572.7%81.7%
14Miller County, Georgia$3,1842.7%84.4%
15Sumter County, Georgia$3,1352.6%87.0%
16Crisp County, Georgia$2,5222.1%89.1%
17Pulaski County, Georgia$2,3642.0%91.1%
18Macon County, Georgia$2,3502.0%93.0%
19Houston County, Georgia$2,1071.8%94.8%
20Laurens County, Georgia$1,8591.6%96.4%
21Terrell County, Georgia$1,6251.4%97.7%
22Baker County, Georgia$1,2231.0%98.7%
23Turner County, Georgia$7520.6%99.4%
24Webster County, Georgia$4410.4%99.7%
25Tattnall County, Georgia$2970.2%100.0%
26Wilcox County, Georgia$350.0%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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