Canola Subsidies in Barber County, Kansas totaled $1.9 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Barber County, Kansas Receiving canola subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Canola Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Harper County, Kansas$3,047,23342.3%42.3%
2Barber County, Kansas$1,868,71926.0%68.3%
3Sumner County, Kansas$794,01111.0%79.3%
4Kingman County, Kansas$709,5519.9%89.2%
5Stafford County, Kansas$171,8782.4%91.5%
6Reno County, Kansas$158,3092.2%93.7%
7Gray County, Kansas$153,3082.1%95.9%
8Sedgwick County, Kansas$67,8130.9%96.8%
9Pratt County, Kansas$48,6620.7%97.5%
10Seward County, Kansas$35,8180.5%98.0%
11Clark County, Kansas$23,3600.3%98.3%
12Stevens County, Kansas$21,0180.3%98.6%
13Edwards County, Kansas$20,1350.3%98.9%
14Meade County, Kansas$13,2490.2%99.1%
15McPherson County, Kansas$10,8290.2%99.2%
16Haskell County, Kansas$9,6830.1%99.4%
17Ford County, Kansas$9,6720.1%99.5%
18Barton County, Kansas$9,0240.1%99.6%
19Lincoln County, Kansas$7,5590.1%99.7%
20Harvey County, Kansas$3,0340.0%99.8%
21Kiowa County, Kansas$2,6760.0%99.8%
22Rawlins County, Kansas$2,1370.0%99.8%
23Rice County, Kansas$1,9470.0%99.9%
24Ottawa County, Kansas$1,6850.0%99.9%
25Dickinson County, Kansas$1,6000.0%99.9%
26Logan County, Kansas$1,3530.0%99.9%
27Lane County, Kansas$1,3240.0%99.9%
28Norton County, Kansas$1,0360.0%100.0%
29Marion County, Kansas$8560.0%100.0%
30Stanton County, Kansas$4250.0%100.0%
31Grant County, Kansas$4050.0%100.0%
32Coffey County, Kansas$3160.0%100.0%
33Pawnee County, Kansas$3100.0%100.0%
34Osborne County, Kansas$2140.0%100.0%
35Washington County, Kansas$2130.0%100.0%
36Saline County, Kansas$1910.0%100.0%
37Ellis County, Kansas$1480.0%100.0%
38Finney County, Kansas$1190.0%100.0%
39Jefferson County, Kansas$600.0%100.0%
40Sheridan County, Kansas$560.0%100.0%
41Labette County, Kansas$490.0%100.0%
42Wichita County, Kansas$260.0%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