Peanut Subsidies in Chattahoochee County, Georgia totaled $33,255 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Chattahoochee County, Georgia Receiving peanut subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Peanut Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Worth County, Georgia$132,913,2545.6%5.6%
2Early County, Georgia$119,328,4505.0%10.6%
3Decatur County, Georgia$114,242,8444.8%15.4%
4Mitchell County, Georgia$108,466,0404.5%19.9%
5Miller County, Georgia$105,653,2604.4%24.4%
6Irwin County, Georgia$86,294,8033.6%28.0%
7Dooly County, Georgia$78,574,6313.3%31.3%
8Bulloch County, Georgia$76,322,2943.2%34.5%
9Calhoun County, Georgia$72,997,8163.1%37.5%
10Colquitt County, Georgia$72,427,5333.0%40.6%
11Seminole County, Georgia$69,292,7272.9%43.5%
12Baker County, Georgia$66,539,8382.8%46.3%
13Tift County, Georgia$61,300,2902.6%48.8%
14Turner County, Georgia$60,373,3082.5%51.4%
15Terrell County, Georgia$59,343,5492.5%53.9%
16Coffee County, Georgia$58,489,2472.5%56.3%
17Sumter County, Georgia$56,955,8912.4%58.7%
18Randolph County, Georgia$56,538,9962.4%61.1%
19Lee County, Georgia$56,409,1282.4%63.4%
20Crisp County, Georgia$54,256,4752.3%65.7%
21Wilcox County, Georgia$51,051,4552.1%67.9%
22Burke County, Georgia$46,964,8872.0%69.8%
23Berrien County, Georgia$46,449,7861.9%71.8%
24Grady County, Georgia$38,702,2491.6%73.4%
25Webster County, Georgia$34,275,4421.4%74.8%
26Clay County, Georgia$31,745,2901.3%76.2%
27Brooks County, Georgia$31,604,2611.3%77.5%
28Screven County, Georgia$30,846,0641.3%78.8%
29Cook County, Georgia$29,668,9221.2%80.0%
30Pulaski County, Georgia$28,876,4821.2%81.2%
31Ben Hill County, Georgia$28,215,9761.2%82.4%
32Dodge County, Georgia$25,623,3861.1%83.5%
33Thomas County, Georgia$23,791,9761.0%84.5%
34Jenkins County, Georgia$22,315,7430.9%85.4%
35Atkinson County, Georgia$20,442,1660.9%86.3%
36$20,333,4330.9%87.1%
37Macon County, Georgia$19,691,2400.8%88.0%
38$18,910,6050.8%88.8%
39Laurens County, Georgia$18,408,7500.8%89.5%
40Jefferson County, Georgia$16,779,1340.7%90.2%
41Emanuel County, Georgia$15,642,7790.7%90.9%
42Dougherty County, Georgia$14,740,6830.6%91.5%
43Stewart County, Georgia$14,425,0520.6%92.1%
44Jeff Davis County, Georgia$14,330,8460.6%92.7%
45Telfair County, Georgia$14,046,2130.6%93.3%
46Bleckley County, Georgia$13,467,8410.6%93.9%
47Houston County, Georgia$12,921,7040.5%94.4%
48Appling County, Georgia$11,437,4830.5%94.9%
49Tattnall County, Georgia$9,101,8670.4%95.3%
50Candler County, Georgia$8,745,5320.4%95.6%
51Pierce County, Georgia$8,740,8290.4%96.0%
52Lowndes County, Georgia$7,397,9090.3%96.3%
53Marion County, Georgia$7,159,2710.3%96.6%
54Wayne County, Georgia$7,002,3780.3%96.9%
55Schley County, Georgia$6,330,5190.3%97.2%
56Bacon County, Georgia$6,117,8170.3%97.4%
57Toombs County, Georgia$5,944,8690.2%97.7%
58Washington County, Georgia$5,889,6170.2%97.9%
59Quitman County, Georgia$4,906,1250.2%98.1%
60Twiggs County, Georgia$4,629,7950.2%98.3%
61Evans County, Georgia$4,510,5370.2%98.5%
62Effingham County, Georgia$4,484,4300.2%98.7%
63Lanier County, Georgia$4,396,0260.2%98.9%
64Taylor County, Georgia$3,699,4020.2%99.1%
65Montgomery County, Georgia$3,348,5900.1%99.2%
66$3,294,7200.1%99.3%
67Wheeler County, Georgia$2,777,1560.1%99.4%
68Johnson County, Georgia$2,667,1490.1%99.6%
69Ware County, Georgia$2,356,3180.1%99.7%
70Peach County, Georgia$2,130,5100.1%99.7%
71Wilkinson County, Georgia$1,212,2350.1%99.8%
72Treutlen County, Georgia$1,117,5140.0%99.8%
73Brantley County, Georgia$684,0390.0%99.9%
74Bryan County, Georgia$657,2180.0%99.9%
75$499,0480.0%99.9%
76Clinch County, Georgia$422,9020.0%99.9%
77Glascock County, Georgia$308,3990.0%100.0%
78Talbot County, Georgia$240,0810.0%100.0%
79Crawford County, Georgia$180,6100.0%100.0%
80Richmond County, Georgia$168,3670.0%100.0%
81Warren County, Georgia$159,0680.0%100.0%
82Long County, Georgia$146,3270.0%100.0%
83Echols County, Georgia$110,9330.0%100.0%
84Newton County, Georgia$79,3680.0%100.0%
85Chattahoochee County, Georgia$33,2550.0%100.0%
86Pike County, Georgia$9,2660.0%100.0%
87Charlton County, Georgia$4,2400.0%100.0%
88Bibb County, Georgia$3510.0%100.0%
89Spalding County, Georgia$330.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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