Hard Winter Wheat Incentive Program payments in Ottawa County, Kansas totaled $4,500 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Ottawa County, Kansas Receiving Hard Winter Wheat Incentive Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Hard Winter Wheat Incentive Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Logan County, Kansas$711,0188.4%8.4%
2Thomas County, Kansas$566,2986.7%15.0%
3Wichita County, Kansas$488,9005.8%20.8%
4Gray County, Kansas$464,7955.5%26.3%
5Sherman County, Kansas$456,3775.4%31.6%
6Scott County, Kansas$429,0055.0%36.7%
7Ness County, Kansas$383,0234.5%41.2%
8Stanton County, Kansas$365,2104.3%45.5%
9Meade County, Kansas$364,7344.3%49.8%
10Finney County, Kansas$343,7094.0%53.8%
11Ford County, Kansas$322,8413.8%57.6%
12Haskell County, Kansas$247,7762.9%60.5%
13Kiowa County, Kansas$246,2952.9%63.4%
14Stevens County, Kansas$238,2372.8%66.2%
15Edwards County, Kansas$211,7222.5%68.7%
16Lane County, Kansas$195,3672.3%71.0%
17Gove County, Kansas$192,9682.3%73.3%
18Seward County, Kansas$191,7462.3%75.6%
19Hodgeman County, Kansas$181,5402.1%77.7%
20Ellis County, Kansas$157,5381.9%79.5%
21Kearny County, Kansas$138,6911.6%81.2%
22Hamilton County, Kansas$132,2481.6%82.7%
23Rush County, Kansas$129,3431.5%84.3%
24Grant County, Kansas$128,5861.5%85.8%
25Trego County, Kansas$127,7191.5%87.3%
26Rawlins County, Kansas$113,0701.3%88.6%
27Sheridan County, Kansas$112,7651.3%89.9%
28Phillips County, Kansas$107,1101.3%91.2%
29Norton County, Kansas$96,0121.1%92.3%
30Graham County, Kansas$61,7020.7%93.0%
31Russell County, Kansas$61,4870.7%93.8%
32Greeley County, Kansas$53,6800.6%94.4%
33Morton County, Kansas$53,1220.6%95.0%
34Wallace County, Kansas$50,8750.6%95.6%
35Rooks County, Kansas$47,6530.6%96.2%
36Mitchell County, Kansas$46,0030.5%96.7%
37Clark County, Kansas$35,9440.4%97.1%
38Decatur County, Kansas$34,3050.4%97.6%
39Cheyenne County, Kansas$31,5490.4%97.9%
40Pawnee County, Kansas$25,4810.3%98.2%
41Osborne County, Kansas$19,8330.2%98.5%
42Comanche County, Kansas$16,9280.2%98.7%
43Smith County, Kansas$16,6370.2%98.9%
44Saline County, Kansas$16,0020.2%99.0%
45Reno County, Kansas$13,1340.2%99.2%
46McPherson County, Kansas$9,8150.1%99.3%
47Morris County, Kansas$8,4560.1%99.4%
48Sumner County, Kansas$7,6060.1%99.5%
49Cloud County, Kansas$5,8050.1%99.6%
50Jewell County, Kansas$5,2070.1%99.6%
51Stafford County, Kansas$5,0540.1%99.7%
52Dickinson County, Kansas$5,0130.1%99.7%
53Ottawa County, Kansas$4,5000.1%99.8%
54Butler County, Kansas$3,1550.0%99.8%
55Washington County, Kansas$2,9440.0%99.9%
56Sedgwick County, Kansas$2,5880.0%99.9%
57Rice County, Kansas$2,5150.0%99.9%
58Barton County, Kansas$2,2180.0%100.0%
59Chase County, Kansas$1,0140.0%100.0%
60Marshall County, Kansas$7540.0%100.0%
61Johnson County, Kansas$5290.0%100.0%
62Kingman County, Kansas$5020.0%100.0%
63Republic County, Kansas$4700.0%100.0%
64Pratt County, Kansas$1440.0%100.0%
65Lincoln County, Kansas$1200.0%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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