Corn Subsidies in Decatur County, Georgia totaled $150,253 in 2019

Counties in Decatur County, Georgia Receiving corn subsidies, 2019

Rank County Corn Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Miller County, Georgia$318,2227.4%7.4%
2Baker County, Georgia$241,4395.6%13.0%
3Terrell County, Georgia$233,8115.4%18.4%
4Sumter County, Georgia$196,8104.6%23.0%
5Burke County, Georgia$179,1334.2%27.1%
6Grady County, Georgia$178,3504.1%31.2%
7Decatur County, Georgia$150,2533.5%34.7%
8Bulloch County, Georgia$146,7993.4%38.1%
9Lee County, Georgia$121,1882.8%40.9%
10Early County, Georgia$116,2142.7%43.6%
11Seminole County, Georgia$111,9482.6%46.2%
12Tattnall County, Georgia$109,1592.5%48.8%
13Lanier County, Georgia$105,5402.4%51.2%
14Randolph County, Georgia$96,8762.2%53.4%
15Worth County, Georgia$92,5562.1%55.6%
16Berrien County, Georgia$91,2062.1%57.7%
17Mitchell County, Georgia$90,4692.1%59.8%
18Screven County, Georgia$85,5302.0%61.8%
19Jefferson County, Georgia$84,6672.0%63.7%
20Laurens County, Georgia$82,0761.9%65.6%
21Bleckley County, Georgia$82,0431.9%67.5%
22Emanuel County, Georgia$71,1961.7%69.2%
23Dooly County, Georgia$65,1501.5%70.7%
24Macon County, Georgia$63,1911.5%72.2%
25Jeff Davis County, Georgia$59,6571.4%73.6%
26Coffee County, Georgia$55,0171.3%74.8%
27Webster County, Georgia$54,5271.3%76.1%
28Appling County, Georgia$52,8201.2%77.3%
29Calhoun County, Georgia$50,5411.2%78.5%
30Cook County, Georgia$50,3591.2%79.7%
31Bacon County, Georgia$44,4381.0%80.7%
32Colquitt County, Georgia$42,6801.0%81.7%
33Telfair County, Georgia$41,3351.0%82.6%
34Toombs County, Georgia$39,5840.9%83.6%
35Pierce County, Georgia$39,5580.9%84.5%
36Brooks County, Georgia$38,3590.9%85.4%
37Jenkins County, Georgia$37,9990.9%86.2%
38Washington County, Georgia$35,7080.8%87.1%
39Wayne County, Georgia$33,9770.8%87.9%
40Irwin County, Georgia$33,5580.8%88.6%
41Thomas County, Georgia$30,3770.7%89.3%
42Dougherty County, Georgia$30,0590.7%90.0%
43Effingham County, Georgia$29,0190.7%90.7%
44Pulaski County, Georgia$28,0420.6%91.4%
45Johnson County, Georgia$25,7040.6%92.0%
46Atkinson County, Georgia$24,7110.6%92.5%
47Marion County, Georgia$23,0350.5%93.1%
48Evans County, Georgia$22,3000.5%93.6%
49Ware County, Georgia$20,3770.5%94.0%
50Crisp County, Georgia$19,6220.5%94.5%
51Tift County, Georgia$18,5090.4%94.9%
52Montgomery County, Georgia$18,1690.4%95.4%
53Taylor County, Georgia$17,7260.4%95.8%
54Candler County, Georgia$16,8230.4%96.2%
55Houston County, Georgia$16,7950.4%96.5%
56Schley County, Georgia$16,0950.4%96.9%
57Turner County, Georgia$16,0790.4%97.3%
58Peach County, Georgia$15,6440.4%97.7%
59Wilcox County, Georgia$14,6010.3%98.0%
60Oglethorpe County, Georgia$12,2650.3%98.3%
61Brantley County, Georgia$11,9210.3%98.6%
62Ben Hill County, Georgia$10,1690.2%98.8%
63Twiggs County, Georgia$10,0480.2%99.0%
64Clay County, Georgia$8,7390.2%99.2%
65Dodge County, Georgia$8,4340.2%99.4%
66Wheeler County, Georgia$8,0000.2%99.6%
67Clinch County, Georgia$6,1210.1%99.7%
68Lowndes County, Georgia$5,7460.1%99.9%
69Stewart County, Georgia$2,2000.1%99.9%
70Crawford County, Georgia$2,0340.0%100.0%
71Treutlen County, Georgia$9920.0%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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