Dairy Program Subsidies in Kansas totaled $597,830 in 2010

Counties in Kansas Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2010

Rank County Dairy Program Subsidies
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Hamilton County, Kansas$90,39815.1%15.1%
2Nemaha County, Kansas$76,29212.8%27.9%
3Sedgwick County, Kansas$44,5287.4%35.3%
4Gray County, Kansas$32,6415.5%40.8%
5Marion County, Kansas$29,1494.9%45.7%
6Reno County, Kansas$28,8394.8%50.5%
7Dickinson County, Kansas$28,3444.7%55.2%
8Kearny County, Kansas$19,5443.3%58.5%
9Finney County, Kansas$19,1703.2%61.7%
10Sumner County, Kansas$12,7312.1%63.8%
11Marshall County, Kansas$10,7801.8%65.6%
12McPherson County, Kansas$10,6841.8%67.4%
13Cowley County, Kansas$10,6321.8%69.2%
14Harvey County, Kansas$9,6931.6%70.8%
15Douglas County, Kansas$8,9991.5%72.3%
16Greeley County, Kansas$8,6811.5%73.8%
17Barber County, Kansas$8,1641.4%75.1%
18Jackson County, Kansas$8,1611.4%76.5%
19Allen County, Kansas$7,8011.3%77.8%
20Seward County, Kansas$7,3891.2%79.1%
21Franklin County, Kansas$6,7041.1%80.2%
22Jefferson County, Kansas$5,9601.0%81.2%
23Clay County, Kansas$5,9441.0%82.2%
24Brown County, Kansas$5,8081.0%83.1%
25Atchison County, Kansas$5,7691.0%84.1%
26Leavenworth County, Kansas$5,6590.9%85.1%
27Anderson County, Kansas$5,5030.9%86.0%
28Linn County, Kansas$5,2490.9%86.9%
29Gove County, Kansas$4,8260.8%87.7%
30Washington County, Kansas$4,6980.8%88.4%
31Smith County, Kansas$4,0610.7%89.1%
32Butler County, Kansas$3,6480.6%89.7%
33Bourbon County, Kansas$3,5650.6%90.3%
34Pottawatomie County, Kansas$3,5620.6%90.9%
35Neosho County, Kansas$3,3460.6%91.5%
36Greenwood County, Kansas$3,0660.5%92.0%
37Johnson County, Kansas$3,0620.5%92.5%
38Doniphan County, Kansas$2,7710.5%93.0%
39Hodgeman County, Kansas$2,6990.5%93.4%
40Kingman County, Kansas$2,2480.4%93.8%
41Rawlins County, Kansas$2,1410.4%94.2%
42Montgomery County, Kansas$2,1050.4%94.5%
43Crawford County, Kansas$1,9720.3%94.8%
44Ellis County, Kansas$1,8150.3%95.1%
45Miami County, Kansas$1,5420.3%95.4%
46Osborne County, Kansas$1,4560.2%95.6%
47Wilson County, Kansas$1,4490.2%95.9%
48Coffey County, Kansas$1,2920.2%96.1%
49Saline County, Kansas$1,2650.2%96.3%
50Sheridan County, Kansas$1,2530.2%96.5%
51Decatur County, Kansas$1,2230.2%96.7%
52Morris County, Kansas$1,2140.2%96.9%
53Stevens County, Kansas$1,1710.2%97.1%
54Barton County, Kansas$1,1710.2%97.3%
55Thomas County, Kansas$1,1710.2%97.5%
56Cheyenne County, Kansas$1,1710.2%97.7%
57Grant County, Kansas$1,1710.2%97.9%
58Stanton County, Kansas$1,1710.2%98.1%
59Shawnee County, Kansas$1,1390.2%98.3%
60Lyon County, Kansas$1,1090.2%98.5%
61Labette County, Kansas$1,0970.2%98.7%
62Russell County, Kansas$1,0620.2%98.8%
63Trego County, Kansas$9140.2%99.0%
64Osage County, Kansas$9090.2%99.2%
65Lincoln County, Kansas$9020.2%99.3%
66Phillips County, Kansas$8360.1%99.4%
67Geary County, Kansas$6670.1%99.6%
68Wabaunsee County, Kansas$6440.1%99.7%
69Chase County, Kansas$6420.1%99.8%
70Harper County, Kansas$3160.1%99.8%
71Jewell County, Kansas$3110.1%99.9%
72Cloud County, Kansas$2650.0%99.9%
73Mitchell County, Kansas$2170.0%100.0%
74Republic County, Kansas$1780.0%100.0%
75Rice County, Kansas$1000.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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