Wheat Subsidies in Indiana totaled $14.5 million in 2018

Counties in Indiana Receiving wheat subsidies, 2018

Rank County Wheat Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Gibson County, Indiana$804,0685.6%5.6%
2Allen County, Indiana$708,2654.9%10.4%
3De Kalb County, Indiana$668,8284.6%15.1%
4Posey County, Indiana$656,3284.5%19.6%
5Jay County, Indiana$595,1414.1%23.7%
6Adams County, Indiana$433,2993.0%26.7%
7Vanderburgh County, Indiana$430,4483.0%29.7%
8Bartholomew County, Indiana$412,8832.9%32.5%
9Knox County, Indiana$379,3822.6%35.1%
10Wells County, Indiana$350,9562.4%37.6%
11Randolph County, Indiana$308,8342.1%39.7%
12Huntington County, Indiana$302,5652.1%41.8%
13Jackson County, Indiana$295,3762.0%43.8%
14Decatur County, Indiana$266,0881.8%45.7%
15Shelby County, Indiana$264,0841.8%47.5%
16Fountain County, Indiana$247,4831.7%49.2%
17Kosciusko County, Indiana$239,5171.7%50.9%
18Warren County, Indiana$236,2681.6%52.5%
19Whitley County, Indiana$235,1581.6%54.1%
20Parke County, Indiana$234,7861.6%55.7%
21Wayne County, Indiana$234,6651.6%57.4%
22Putnam County, Indiana$230,8911.6%59.0%
23Clark County, Indiana$228,1391.6%60.5%
24La Porte County, Indiana$227,5451.6%62.1%
25Grant County, Indiana$222,5821.5%63.6%
26Blackford County, Indiana$205,7451.4%65.1%
27Carroll County, Indiana$200,0441.4%66.4%
28Daviess County, Indiana$196,2581.4%67.8%
29Wabash County, Indiana$189,4111.3%69.1%
30Henry County, Indiana$188,2141.3%70.4%
31Rush County, Indiana$183,3461.3%71.7%
32Spencer County, Indiana$179,6761.2%72.9%
33Delaware County, Indiana$172,2211.2%74.1%
34Jennings County, Indiana$164,3361.1%75.2%
35Ripley County, Indiana$163,7591.1%76.4%
36Hancock County, Indiana$154,7261.1%77.4%
37Washington County, Indiana$147,8191.0%78.5%
38Montgomery County, Indiana$144,0751.0%79.5%
39Dubois County, Indiana$138,1171.0%80.4%
40Boone County, Indiana$135,6080.9%81.3%
41Harrison County, Indiana$122,9950.8%82.2%
42Fulton County, Indiana$119,0220.8%83.0%
43Marshall County, Indiana$110,1340.8%83.8%
44Elkhart County, Indiana$108,7500.8%84.5%
45Tippecanoe County, Indiana$107,9600.7%85.3%
46Orange County, Indiana$107,9060.7%86.0%
47Hendricks County, Indiana$106,8660.7%86.8%
48Johnson County, Indiana$105,8640.7%87.5%
49Miami County, Indiana$104,4430.7%88.2%
50Jefferson County, Indiana$103,6380.7%88.9%
51Fayette County, Indiana$102,9710.7%89.6%
52Warrick County, Indiana$101,2180.7%90.3%
53Saint Joseph County, Indiana$97,4590.7%91.0%
54Tipton County, Indiana$81,7270.6%91.6%
55Clay County, Indiana$81,6270.6%92.1%
56Greene County, Indiana$74,8010.5%92.7%
57Union County, Indiana$66,3230.5%93.1%
58Benton County, Indiana$65,5370.5%93.6%
59Cass County, Indiana$64,7100.4%94.0%
60Howard County, Indiana$63,4630.4%94.4%
61White County, Indiana$61,3670.4%94.9%
62Noble County, Indiana$60,9350.4%95.3%
63Madison County, Indiana$60,6910.4%95.7%
64Scott County, Indiana$57,9280.4%96.1%
65Hamilton County, Indiana$54,0690.4%96.5%
66Steuben County, Indiana$50,9770.4%96.8%
67Pike County, Indiana$47,3720.3%97.2%
68Franklin County, Indiana$43,0250.3%97.5%
69Sullivan County, Indiana$42,8710.3%97.8%
70Dearborn County, Indiana$31,1280.2%98.0%
71Newton County, Indiana$29,5920.2%98.2%
72Owen County, Indiana$23,7780.2%98.3%
73Porter County, Indiana$23,5830.2%98.5%
74Switzerland County, Indiana$21,7150.1%98.7%
75Perry County, Indiana$20,8970.1%98.8%
76Martin County, Indiana$20,3750.1%98.9%
77Clinton County, Indiana$18,9840.1%99.1%
78Vigo County, Indiana$15,9740.1%99.2%
79Lake County, Indiana$15,5040.1%99.3%
80Crawford County, Indiana$14,8750.1%99.4%
81Marion County, Indiana$13,7050.1%99.5%
82Vermillion County, Indiana$11,1540.1%99.6%
83Pulaski County, Indiana$11,0770.1%99.6%
84Lagrange County, Indiana$9,8400.1%99.7%
85Ohio County, Indiana$8,9590.1%99.8%
86Lawrence County, Indiana$8,8110.1%99.8%
87Jasper County, Indiana$6,8170.0%99.9%
88Floyd County, Indiana$6,7840.0%99.9%
89Morgan County, Indiana$4,9450.0%100.0%
90Starke County, Indiana$4,0160.0%100.0%
91Monroe County, Indiana$1,7520.0%100.0%
92Brown County, Indiana$690.0%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.

 

Farm Subsidies Education

AgMag