Sorghum Subsidies in Indiana totaled $8.8 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Indiana Receiving sorghum subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Sorghum Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Posey County, Indiana$2,757,09131.4%31.4%
2Vigo County, Indiana$1,116,92812.7%44.1%
3Gibson County, Indiana$1,110,42412.6%56.8%
4Knox County, Indiana$929,87510.6%67.3%
5Jasper County, Indiana$374,6214.3%71.6%
6Daviess County, Indiana$284,0133.2%74.8%
7Pike County, Indiana$278,5273.2%78.0%
8Warrick County, Indiana$211,1962.4%80.4%
9Sullivan County, Indiana$206,9552.4%82.8%
10Greene County, Indiana$204,2652.3%85.1%
11Vanderburgh County, Indiana$171,1191.9%87.1%
12Dubois County, Indiana$128,9911.5%88.5%
13Spencer County, Indiana$118,6011.4%89.9%
14Vermillion County, Indiana$99,7871.1%91.0%
15Howard County, Indiana$95,9991.1%92.1%
16Orange County, Indiana$80,8310.9%93.0%
17Parke County, Indiana$63,1700.7%93.7%
18Pulaski County, Indiana$56,0410.6%94.4%
19Jackson County, Indiana$53,0030.6%95.0%
20La Porte County, Indiana$50,1040.6%95.6%
21Harrison County, Indiana$38,8220.4%96.0%
22Perry County, Indiana$33,4660.4%96.4%
23White County, Indiana$24,8210.3%96.7%
24Fountain County, Indiana$24,3550.3%96.9%
25Clay County, Indiana$22,0150.3%97.2%
26Starke County, Indiana$19,4780.2%97.4%
27Cass County, Indiana$17,2540.2%97.6%
28Decatur County, Indiana$16,2010.2%97.8%
29Fulton County, Indiana$15,8460.2%98.0%
30Tippecanoe County, Indiana$15,3720.2%98.1%
31Hendricks County, Indiana$14,9490.2%98.3%
32Elkhart County, Indiana$13,4160.2%98.5%
33Martin County, Indiana$12,1920.1%98.6%
34Wayne County, Indiana$10,9200.1%98.7%
35Lawrence County, Indiana$10,7370.1%98.9%
36Madison County, Indiana$10,3590.1%99.0%
37Warren County, Indiana$10,0290.1%99.1%
38Marshall County, Indiana$8,8300.1%99.2%
39Miami County, Indiana$5,7990.1%99.3%
40Lake County, Indiana$5,5360.1%99.3%
41Benton County, Indiana$5,1410.1%99.4%
42Bartholomew County, Indiana$4,5840.1%99.4%
43Owen County, Indiana$4,4240.1%99.5%
44Clark County, Indiana$4,3820.0%99.5%
45Saint Joseph County, Indiana$4,2920.0%99.6%
46Rush County, Indiana$4,0140.0%99.6%
47Jennings County, Indiana$3,2700.0%99.7%
48Huntington County, Indiana$3,1540.0%99.7%
49Clinton County, Indiana$2,3070.0%99.7%
50Lagrange County, Indiana$1,6740.0%99.7%
51De Kalb County, Indiana$1,6480.0%99.8%
52Noble County, Indiana$1,4100.0%99.8%
53Wells County, Indiana$1,3970.0%99.8%
54Scott County, Indiana$1,3570.0%99.8%
55Wabash County, Indiana$1,2510.0%99.8%
56Adams County, Indiana$1,2360.0%99.8%
57Washington County, Indiana$1,2090.0%99.9%
58Jefferson County, Indiana$1,1670.0%99.9%
59Kosciusko County, Indiana$1,1260.0%99.9%
60Ripley County, Indiana$1,0730.0%99.9%
61Montgomery County, Indiana$1,0240.0%99.9%
62Floyd County, Indiana$1,0220.0%99.9%
63Jay County, Indiana$8460.0%99.9%
64Johnson County, Indiana$7970.0%99.9%
65Allen County, Indiana$7810.0%99.9%
66Fayette County, Indiana$7740.0%99.9%
67Carroll County, Indiana$7360.0%100.0%
68Newton County, Indiana$6360.0%100.0%
69Delaware County, Indiana$6340.0%100.0%
70Putnam County, Indiana$5690.0%100.0%
71Union County, Indiana$4030.0%100.0%
72Switzerland County, Indiana$3520.0%100.0%
73Franklin County, Indiana$3120.0%100.0%
74Boone County, Indiana$2790.0%100.0%
75Morgan County, Indiana$2720.0%100.0%
76Whitley County, Indiana$1260.0%100.0%
77Dearborn County, Indiana$950.0%100.0%
78Steuben County, Indiana$450.0%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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