Total Tobacco Transition Payments in Decatur County, Georgia totaled $33,665 in 2011

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Counties in Decatur County, Georgia Receiving Total Tobacco Transition Payments payments, 2011

Rank County Total Tobacco Transition Payments
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Colquitt County, Georgia$1,175,21910.1%10.1%
2Coffee County, Georgia$868,4817.4%17.5%
3Lowndes County, Georgia$640,7985.5%23.0%
4Berrien County, Georgia$614,9355.3%28.2%
5Tift County, Georgia$551,0444.7%32.9%
6Tattnall County, Georgia$525,8944.5%37.4%
7Irwin County, Georgia$503,1194.3%41.7%
8Bulloch County, Georgia$444,9183.8%45.5%
9Appling County, Georgia$436,6833.7%49.3%
10Bacon County, Georgia$434,0943.7%53.0%
11Toombs County, Georgia$423,7503.6%56.6%
12Mitchell County, Georgia$406,5453.5%60.1%
13Pierce County, Georgia$389,2783.3%63.4%
14Worth County, Georgia$336,4362.9%66.3%
15Jeff Davis County, Georgia$335,2752.9%69.2%
16Brooks County, Georgia$299,8612.6%71.7%
17Thomas County, Georgia$296,2082.5%74.3%
18Cook County, Georgia$276,4162.4%76.6%
19Grady County, Georgia$255,1642.2%78.8%
20Candler County, Georgia$253,3122.2%81.0%
21Lanier County, Georgia$224,8391.9%82.9%
22Emanuel County, Georgia$220,6321.9%84.8%
23Wayne County, Georgia$211,9421.8%86.6%
24Ware County, Georgia$207,7201.8%88.4%
25Atkinson County, Georgia$175,5861.5%89.9%
26Treutlen County, Georgia$159,9301.4%91.3%
27Evans County, Georgia$134,4701.2%92.4%
28Montgomery County, Georgia$110,6900.9%93.4%
29Brantley County, Georgia$99,3790.9%94.2%
30Telfair County, Georgia$96,0450.8%95.0%
31Ben Hill County, Georgia$92,3710.8%95.8%
32Dodge County, Georgia$61,6160.5%96.4%
33Echols County, Georgia$56,5280.5%96.8%
34Long County, Georgia$54,2790.5%97.3%
35Clinch County, Georgia$50,9080.4%97.7%
36Wheeler County, Georgia$49,0010.4%98.2%
37Laurens County, Georgia$35,7020.3%98.5%
38Decatur County, Georgia$33,6650.3%98.7%
39Charlton County, Georgia$19,6900.2%98.9%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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