Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Dodge County, Georgia totaled $4.1 million from 2018-2020‡.

Counties in Dodge County, Georgia Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dooly County, Georgia$19,986,1895.3%5.3%
2Colquitt County, Georgia$18,509,6524.9%10.3%
3Mitchell County, Georgia$17,776,6834.7%15.0%
4Worth County, Georgia$16,818,8384.5%19.5%
5Brooks County, Georgia$15,753,9254.2%23.7%
6Bulloch County, Georgia$14,029,7103.7%27.4%
7Coffee County, Georgia$13,487,6503.6%31.0%
8Decatur County, Georgia$12,419,9283.3%34.4%
9Irwin County, Georgia$9,407,9682.5%36.9%
10Berrien County, Georgia$9,077,3722.4%39.3%
11Wilcox County, Georgia$9,013,3672.4%41.7%
12Burke County, Georgia$8,995,2142.4%44.1%
13Macon County, Georgia$8,822,8662.4%46.4%
14Crisp County, Georgia$8,670,5082.3%48.8%
15Terrell County, Georgia$8,538,0202.3%51.0%
16Miller County, Georgia$8,109,8122.2%53.2%
17Early County, Georgia$7,964,8582.1%55.3%
18Turner County, Georgia$7,806,6272.1%57.4%
19Thomas County, Georgia$7,552,1282.0%59.4%
20Tift County, Georgia$7,241,6931.9%61.3%
21Appling County, Georgia$6,425,5801.7%63.1%
22Grady County, Georgia$6,235,3471.7%64.7%
23Calhoun County, Georgia$6,092,6181.6%66.3%
24Lee County, Georgia$5,650,9361.5%67.9%
25Seminole County, Georgia$5,579,6781.5%69.3%
26Jefferson County, Georgia$5,462,1451.5%70.8%
27Atkinson County, Georgia$5,429,6841.4%72.2%
28Jeff Davis County, Georgia$5,316,8161.4%73.7%
29Screven County, Georgia$5,222,3471.4%75.1%
30Pierce County, Georgia$5,167,8861.4%76.4%
31Sumter County, Georgia$5,074,8471.4%77.8%
32Cook County, Georgia$4,651,3191.2%79.0%
33Emanuel County, Georgia$4,372,4091.2%80.2%
34Dodge County, Georgia$4,122,4751.1%81.3%
35Randolph County, Georgia$3,861,7081.0%82.3%
36Jenkins County, Georgia$3,700,3311.0%83.3%
37Tattnall County, Georgia$3,386,9520.9%84.2%
38Wayne County, Georgia$3,375,9880.9%85.1%
39Baker County, Georgia$3,235,8440.9%86.0%
40Bleckley County, Georgia$3,086,8500.8%86.8%
41Ben Hill County, Georgia$3,045,6330.8%87.6%
42Bacon County, Georgia$2,769,4580.7%88.4%
43Peach County, Georgia$2,672,1950.7%89.1%
44Lanier County, Georgia$2,429,2850.6%89.7%
45Toombs County, Georgia$2,305,9540.6%90.3%
46Houston County, Georgia$2,256,9870.6%90.9%
47Laurens County, Georgia$2,245,2970.6%91.5%
48Webster County, Georgia$2,150,6560.6%92.1%
49Twiggs County, Georgia$1,850,1580.5%92.6%
50Clay County, Georgia$1,787,1260.5%93.1%
51Candler County, Georgia$1,699,4230.5%93.5%
52Stewart County, Georgia$1,695,2120.5%94.0%
53Lowndes County, Georgia$1,572,0900.4%94.4%
54Effingham County, Georgia$1,550,4910.4%94.8%
55Washington County, Georgia$1,536,6740.4%95.2%
56Telfair County, Georgia$1,306,3430.3%95.6%
57Pulaski County, Georgia$1,224,5730.3%95.9%
58Montgomery County, Georgia$951,4260.3%96.2%
59Morgan County, Georgia$940,6020.3%96.4%
60Johnson County, Georgia$920,0770.2%96.6%
61Dougherty County, Georgia$777,7520.2%96.9%
62Crawford County, Georgia$777,3930.2%97.1%
63Gordon County, Georgia$750,9360.2%97.3%
64Floyd County, Georgia$685,5250.2%97.4%
65Treutlen County, Georgia$668,3470.2%97.6%
66Bartow County, Georgia$649,2980.2%97.8%
67Polk County, Georgia$602,0030.2%98.0%
68Hart County, Georgia$595,6740.2%98.1%
69Marion County, Georgia$549,4460.1%98.3%
70Glascock County, Georgia$496,9910.1%98.4%
71Ware County, Georgia$494,2650.1%98.5%
72Wheeler County, Georgia$479,3350.1%98.7%
73Elbert County, Georgia$450,0510.1%98.8%
74Warren County, Georgia$432,8470.1%98.9%
75Evans County, Georgia$384,5870.1%99.0%
76Walker County, Georgia$371,7960.1%99.1%
77Monroe County, Georgia$245,0190.1%99.2%
78Putnam County, Georgia$242,9090.1%99.2%
79Chattooga County, Georgia$240,0850.1%99.3%
80Oglethorpe County, Georgia$206,7840.1%99.3%
81Madison County, Georgia$202,2120.1%99.4%
82Lamar County, Georgia$201,8240.1%99.5%
83Wilkinson County, Georgia$189,1120.1%99.5%
84Franklin County, Georgia$139,5040.0%99.5%
85Wilkes County, Georgia$128,3600.0%99.6%
86Schley County, Georgia$93,3960.0%99.6%
87Oconee County, Georgia$89,4370.0%99.6%
88Greene County, Georgia$88,8640.0%99.6%
89Brantley County, Georgia$81,5260.0%99.7%
90Echols County, Georgia$79,7090.0%99.7%
91Richmond County, Georgia$75,6900.0%99.7%
92Upson County, Georgia$69,6560.0%99.7%
93Murray County, Georgia$64,3660.0%99.7%
94Coweta County, Georgia$62,1970.0%99.8%
95Heard County, Georgia$57,7040.0%99.8%
96Walton County, Georgia$56,3810.0%99.8%
97Henry County, Georgia$55,9300.0%99.8%
98Bibb County, Georgia$55,6370.0%99.8%
99McDuffie County, Georgia$55,1120.0%99.8%
100Pike County, Georgia$54,8870.0%99.9%
101Spalding County, Georgia$54,2960.0%99.9%
102Hall County, Georgia$46,9300.0%99.9%
103Taliaferro County, Georgia$46,1440.0%99.9%
104Whitfield County, Georgia$45,7100.0%99.9%
105Clarke County, Georgia$38,8480.0%99.9%
106White County, Georgia$38,2860.0%99.9%
107Gilmer County, Georgia$34,0710.0%99.9%
108Jones County, Georgia$32,4760.0%99.9%
109Jackson County, Georgia$30,8640.0%99.9%
110Hancock County, Georgia$25,0990.0%100.0%
111Carroll County, Georgia$24,5420.0%100.0%
112Jasper County, Georgia$22,4910.0%100.0%
113Newton County, Georgia$19,7520.0%100.0%
114Troup County, Georgia$16,7710.0%100.0%
115Banks County, Georgia$15,7120.0%100.0%
116Union County, Georgia$13,0320.0%100.0%
117Muscogee County, Georgia$7,9040.0%100.0%
118Clinch County, Georgia$7,4110.0%100.0%
119Quitman County, Georgia$7,0200.0%100.0%
120Long County, Georgia$6,9890.0%100.0%
121Meriwether County, Georgia$6,0730.0%100.0%
122Rabun County, Georgia$3,5740.0%100.0%
123Dawson County, Georgia$2,8640.0%100.0%
124Bryan County, Georgia$2,5650.0%100.0%
125Taylor County, Georgia$2,1430.0%100.0%
126Towns County, Georgia$2,0130.0%100.0%
127Rockdale County, Georgia$1,6100.0%100.0%
128Pickens County, Georgia$1,5860.0%100.0%
129Lumpkin County, Georgia$1,3100.0%100.0%
130Habersham County, Georgia$9630.0%100.0%
131Talbot County, Georgia$8800.0%100.0%
132Charlton County, Georgia$4800.0%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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