Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Madison County, Idaho totaled $577,444 from 2018-2019‡.

Counties in Madison County, Idaho Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Gooding County, Idaho$2,698,63711.3%11.3%
2Jerome County, Idaho$2,160,7779.0%20.3%
3Cassia County, Idaho$2,105,2568.8%29.1%
4Twin Falls County, Idaho$1,668,2697.0%36.1%
5Bingham County, Idaho$1,654,7756.9%43.0%
6Power County, Idaho$1,480,9586.2%49.2%
7Canyon County, Idaho$1,361,4705.7%54.9%
8Nez Perce County, Idaho$1,313,8405.5%60.4%
9Latah County, Idaho$1,115,9014.7%65.1%
10Bonneville County, Idaho$855,5923.6%68.6%
11Idaho County, Idaho$772,2153.2%71.9%
12Lewis County, Idaho$754,1753.2%75.0%
13Minidoka County, Idaho$679,5402.8%77.9%
14Madison County, Idaho$577,4442.4%80.3%
15Owyhee County, Idaho$514,2682.2%82.4%
16Ada County, Idaho$511,0132.1%84.6%
17Jefferson County, Idaho$493,0232.1%86.6%
18Elmore County, Idaho$430,3671.8%88.4%
19Fremont County, Idaho$428,8261.8%90.2%
20Benewah County, Idaho$369,3361.5%91.8%
21Caribou County, Idaho$322,3441.3%93.1%
22Franklin County, Idaho$282,9131.2%94.3%
23Payette County, Idaho$273,7681.1%95.4%
24Bannock County, Idaho$139,8050.6%96.0%
25Oneida County, Idaho$120,0510.5%96.5%
26Lincoln County, Idaho$118,3640.5%97.0%
27Boundary County, Idaho$115,0440.5%97.5%
28Butte County, Idaho$113,0380.5%98.0%
29Kootenai County, Idaho$112,1230.5%98.4%
30Bear Lake County, Idaho$76,9890.3%98.8%
31Clark County, Idaho$74,4310.3%99.1%
32Washington County, Idaho$56,6740.2%99.3%
33Gem County, Idaho$50,8000.2%99.5%
34Clearwater County, Idaho$50,6730.2%99.7%
35Teton County, Idaho$41,7980.2%99.9%
36Blaine County, Idaho$12,4380.1%100.0%
37Camas County, Idaho$7,3420.0%100.0%
38Custer County, Idaho$3820.0%100.0%
39Bonner County, Idaho$2480.0%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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