Canola Subsidies in Elbert County, Georgia totaled $45,477 from 1995-2017.

Counties in Elbert County, Georgia Receiving canola subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Canola Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Gordon County, Georgia$76,27821.6%21.6%
2Decatur County, Georgia$54,92915.5%37.1%
3Hart County, Georgia$47,13113.3%50.4%
4Elbert County, Georgia$45,47712.9%63.3%
5Laurens County, Georgia$18,3555.2%68.5%
6Calhoun County, Georgia$14,1684.0%72.5%
7Walker County, Georgia$9,0822.6%75.0%
8Bulloch County, Georgia$7,3812.1%77.1%
9Bartow County, Georgia$6,5611.9%79.0%
10Early County, Georgia$6,2091.8%80.7%
11Dooly County, Georgia$5,4051.5%82.3%
12Washington County, Georgia$4,5621.3%83.6%
13Pierce County, Georgia$4,3861.2%84.8%
14Burke County, Georgia$4,0271.1%85.9%
15Morgan County, Georgia$3,9871.1%87.1%
16Sumter County, Georgia$3,9391.1%88.2%
17Murray County, Georgia$3,8081.1%89.3%
18Peach County, Georgia$3,1600.9%90.1%
19Miller County, Georgia$2,9750.8%91.0%
20Pulaski County, Georgia$2,7960.8%91.8%
21Effingham County, Georgia$2,7880.8%92.6%
22Taylor County, Georgia$2,6410.7%93.3%
23Macon County, Georgia$2,6080.7%94.1%
24Seminole County, Georgia$2,4840.7%94.8%
25Candler County, Georgia$2,2100.6%95.4%
26Franklin County, Georgia$2,1840.6%96.0%
27Lamar County, Georgia$1,6790.5%96.5%
28Lee County, Georgia$1,5690.4%96.9%
29Appling County, Georgia$1,4380.4%97.3%
30Wayne County, Georgia$1,2380.4%97.7%
31Clarke County, Georgia$1,2050.3%98.0%
32Houston County, Georgia$1,0280.3%98.3%
33Clay County, Georgia$1,0000.3%98.6%
34Johnson County, Georgia$9410.3%98.8%
35Walton County, Georgia$7670.2%99.1%
36Dodge County, Georgia$6050.2%99.2%
37Jefferson County, Georgia$5270.1%99.4%
38Greene County, Georgia$5070.1%99.5%
39Worth County, Georgia$3130.1%99.6%
40Emanuel County, Georgia$2830.1%99.7%
41Terrell County, Georgia$2700.1%99.8%
42Tift County, Georgia$2480.1%99.8%
43Randolph County, Georgia$2350.1%99.9%
44Pike County, Georgia$1830.1%100.0%
45Oconee County, Georgia$1310.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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