Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Idaho totaled $100.0 million from 2018-2020‡.

Counties in Idaho Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cassia County, Idaho$8,548,3718.5%8.5%
2Gooding County, Idaho$8,360,8548.4%16.9%
3Jerome County, Idaho$7,298,3137.3%24.2%
4Twin Falls County, Idaho$6,717,6406.7%30.9%
5Bingham County, Idaho$5,824,8915.8%36.8%
6Canyon County, Idaho$5,475,0485.5%42.2%
7Nez Perce County, Idaho$5,364,5895.4%47.6%
8Latah County, Idaho$5,284,7345.3%52.9%
9Power County, Idaho$4,894,5904.9%57.8%
10Bonneville County, Idaho$3,666,0113.7%61.4%
11Minidoka County, Idaho$3,468,5903.5%64.9%
12Lewis County, Idaho$3,328,8623.3%68.2%
13Idaho County, Idaho$3,016,5453.0%71.2%
14Jefferson County, Idaho$2,890,6962.9%74.1%
15Elmore County, Idaho$2,687,5102.7%76.8%
16Owyhee County, Idaho$2,378,8492.4%79.2%
17Madison County, Idaho$2,242,7432.2%81.4%
18Caribou County, Idaho$2,019,1942.0%83.5%
19Fremont County, Idaho$1,909,9911.9%85.4%
20Ada County, Idaho$1,868,5041.9%87.2%
21Benewah County, Idaho$1,581,4791.6%88.8%
22Franklin County, Idaho$1,457,1451.5%90.3%
23Payette County, Idaho$1,181,8301.2%91.5%
24Oneida County, Idaho$856,6930.9%92.3%
25Bear Lake County, Idaho$808,8020.8%93.1%
26Bannock County, Idaho$801,0800.8%93.9%
27Butte County, Idaho$781,5800.8%94.7%
28Teton County, Idaho$764,9680.8%95.5%
29Boundary County, Idaho$705,1530.7%96.2%
30Camas County, Idaho$663,6660.7%96.8%
31Washington County, Idaho$554,1210.6%97.4%
32Lincoln County, Idaho$508,8730.5%97.9%
33Kootenai County, Idaho$486,0140.5%98.4%
34Clark County, Idaho$475,1050.5%98.9%
35Gem County, Idaho$351,8940.4%99.2%
36Blaine County, Idaho$248,9080.2%99.5%
37Lemhi County, Idaho$219,9840.2%99.7%
38Clearwater County, Idaho$175,2810.2%99.9%
39Custer County, Idaho$102,4880.1%100.0%
40Adams County, Idaho$23,9370.0%100.0%
41Bonner County, Idaho$1,7680.0%100.0%
42Boise County, Idaho$1,6930.0%100.0%
43Valley County, Idaho$3600.0%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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