Total Commodity Certificates payments in Meade County, Kansas totaled $549,412 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Meade County, Kansas Receiving Total Commodity Certificates payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Commodity Certificates
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Stevens County, Kansas$1,079,31516.7%16.7%
2Seward County, Kansas$710,78311.0%27.7%
3Meade County, Kansas$549,4128.5%36.2%
4Finney County, Kansas$447,2136.9%43.1%
5Haskell County, Kansas$411,4196.4%49.5%
6Brown County, Kansas$298,2644.6%54.1%
7Gray County, Kansas$265,7874.1%58.2%
8Edwards County, Kansas$238,8493.7%61.9%
9Wallace County, Kansas$201,1913.1%65.0%
10Sheridan County, Kansas$195,2543.0%68.0%
11Barton County, Kansas$174,3352.7%70.7%
12Kearny County, Kansas$148,3992.3%73.0%
13Ford County, Kansas$141,4272.2%75.2%
14Stanton County, Kansas$120,1971.9%77.1%
15Woodson County, Kansas$119,1621.8%78.9%
16Kiowa County, Kansas$106,2781.6%80.6%
17Harvey County, Kansas$99,1181.5%82.1%
18Clay County, Kansas$85,4001.3%83.4%
19Logan County, Kansas$84,6701.3%84.7%
20Doniphan County, Kansas$76,0081.2%85.9%
21Pratt County, Kansas$68,5881.1%87.0%
22Thomas County, Kansas$67,0871.0%88.0%
23Pawnee County, Kansas$62,4321.0%89.0%
24Sherman County, Kansas$58,4690.9%89.9%
25Greeley County, Kansas$56,2430.9%90.7%
26Morton County, Kansas$55,3820.9%91.6%
27Pottawatomie County, Kansas$51,4440.8%92.4%
28Sedgwick County, Kansas$47,3460.7%93.1%
29Cherokee County, Kansas$45,7020.7%93.8%
30Miami County, Kansas$45,5630.7%94.5%
31Sumner County, Kansas$30,6730.5%95.0%
32Franklin County, Kansas$30,0900.5%95.5%
33Grant County, Kansas$29,0750.4%95.9%
34Clark County, Kansas$25,5580.4%96.3%
35Wichita County, Kansas$23,6790.4%96.7%
36Reno County, Kansas$22,0060.3%97.0%
37Bourbon County, Kansas$19,8570.3%97.3%
38Decatur County, Kansas$18,9420.3%97.6%
39Jefferson County, Kansas$16,7780.3%97.9%
40Douglas County, Kansas$15,6000.2%98.1%
41McPherson County, Kansas$15,2560.2%98.4%
42Leavenworth County, Kansas$11,4670.2%98.5%
43Rawlins County, Kansas$10,3730.2%98.7%
44Hamilton County, Kansas$9,8380.2%98.9%
45Crawford County, Kansas$7,4480.1%99.0%
46$7,0840.1%99.1%
47Johnson County, Kansas$6,5010.1%99.2%
48Nemaha County, Kansas$6,3920.1%99.3%
49Ottawa County, Kansas$6,3680.1%99.4%
50Cloud County, Kansas$6,2170.1%99.5%
51Wilson County, Kansas$5,7200.1%99.6%
52Stafford County, Kansas$5,0420.1%99.6%
53Smith County, Kansas$4,3130.1%99.7%
54Kingman County, Kansas$3,3000.1%99.8%
55Jackson County, Kansas$2,5000.0%99.8%
56Washington County, Kansas$1,7740.0%99.8%
57Marshall County, Kansas$1,6210.0%99.9%
58Shawnee County, Kansas$1,3710.0%99.9%
59Russell County, Kansas$1,3420.0%99.9%
60Atchison County, Kansas$1,3110.0%99.9%
61Cheyenne County, Kansas$1,2960.0%99.9%
62Rooks County, Kansas$1,2610.0%100.0%
63Lincoln County, Kansas$1,0940.0%100.0%
64Riley County, Kansas$1,0300.0%100.0%
65Scott County, Kansas$4510.0%100.0%
66Norton County, Kansas$2150.0%100.0%
67Phillips County, Kansas$900.0%100.0%
68Anderson County, Kansas$840.0%100.0%
69Osborne County, Kansas$90.0%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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