Cotton Subsidies in Lamar County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2017

Counties in Lamar County, Georgia Receiving cotton subsidies, 2017

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dooly County, Georgia$3,822,8806.7%6.7%
2Bulloch County, Georgia$2,790,5514.9%11.6%
3Worth County, Georgia$2,648,8614.7%16.3%
4Early County, Georgia$2,207,4553.9%20.2%
5Miller County, Georgia$2,017,7453.5%23.7%
6Thomas County, Georgia$1,929,1543.4%27.1%
7Mitchell County, Georgia$1,923,8183.4%30.5%
8Terrell County, Georgia$1,758,7133.1%33.6%
9Decatur County, Georgia$1,538,7852.7%36.3%
10Burke County, Georgia$1,485,1502.6%38.9%
11Seminole County, Georgia$1,479,8902.6%41.5%
12Colquitt County, Georgia$1,459,2202.6%44.0%
13Irwin County, Georgia$1,372,7982.4%46.4%
14Screven County, Georgia$1,288,7792.3%48.7%
15Berrien County, Georgia$1,114,8542.0%50.7%
16Jenkins County, Georgia$1,109,0631.9%52.6%
17Coffee County, Georgia$1,096,5561.9%54.5%
18Brooks County, Georgia$1,079,9881.9%56.4%
19Baker County, Georgia$1,039,8351.8%58.3%
20Sumter County, Georgia$1,036,2961.8%60.1%
21Crisp County, Georgia$976,6751.7%61.8%
22Grady County, Georgia$976,3241.7%63.5%
23Appling County, Georgia$916,7661.6%65.1%
24Bacon County, Georgia$894,3361.6%66.7%
25Pulaski County, Georgia$891,0681.6%68.3%
26Candler County, Georgia$871,3711.5%69.8%
27Emanuel County, Georgia$816,8811.4%71.2%
28Wilcox County, Georgia$787,6361.4%72.6%
29Pierce County, Georgia$786,3631.4%74.0%
30Cook County, Georgia$756,8861.3%75.3%
31Macon County, Georgia$738,4131.3%76.6%
32Randolph County, Georgia$691,4861.2%77.8%
33Turner County, Georgia$672,8121.2%79.0%
34Tift County, Georgia$668,5391.2%80.2%
35Atkinson County, Georgia$631,5861.1%81.3%
36Webster County, Georgia$587,8631.0%82.3%
37Jeff Davis County, Georgia$587,3561.0%83.4%
38Bleckley County, Georgia$562,4931.0%84.4%
39Jefferson County, Georgia$559,2711.0%85.3%
40Ben Hill County, Georgia$516,4410.9%86.3%
41Dodge County, Georgia$495,2080.9%87.1%
42Houston County, Georgia$483,7720.8%88.0%
43Lee County, Georgia$475,2680.8%88.8%
44Laurens County, Georgia$456,1520.8%89.6%
45Calhoun County, Georgia$449,1630.8%90.4%
46Twiggs County, Georgia$440,6230.8%91.2%
47Telfair County, Georgia$433,4850.8%91.9%
48Effingham County, Georgia$425,1270.7%92.7%
49Tattnall County, Georgia$395,6710.7%93.4%
50Stewart County, Georgia$342,6890.6%94.0%
51Wheeler County, Georgia$339,6720.6%94.6%
52Clay County, Georgia$321,3410.6%95.1%
53Wayne County, Georgia$298,3550.5%95.7%
54Lowndes County, Georgia$292,8300.5%96.2%
55Toombs County, Georgia$264,6830.5%96.6%
56Dougherty County, Georgia$258,7800.5%97.1%
57Ware County, Georgia$257,2630.5%97.5%
58Taylor County, Georgia$220,2080.4%97.9%
59Evans County, Georgia$216,2460.4%98.3%
60Lanier County, Georgia$203,4020.4%98.7%
61Montgomery County, Georgia$164,6430.3%99.0%
62Peach County, Georgia$134,1000.2%99.2%
63Washington County, Georgia$107,8170.2%99.4%
64Johnson County, Georgia$103,2750.2%99.6%
65Treutlen County, Georgia$87,3300.2%99.7%
66Schley County, Georgia$58,6230.1%99.8%
67Brantley County, Georgia$41,4100.1%99.9%
68Polk County, Georgia$28,3210.0%99.9%
69Crawford County, Georgia$23,5580.0%100.0%
70Clinch County, Georgia$6,4450.0%100.0%
71Bartow County, Georgia$4760.0%100.0%
72Floyd County, Georgia$490.0%100.0%
73Pike County, Georgia$-636-0.0%100.0%
74Chattooga County, Georgia$-807-0.0%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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