Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) payments in Kentucky totaled $67.4 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Kentucky Receiving Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE)
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Christian County, Kentucky$17,112,22625.4%25.4%
2Todd County, Kentucky$8,188,97112.2%37.5%
3Logan County, Kentucky$6,450,4279.6%47.1%
4Union County, Kentucky$5,703,3878.5%55.6%
5Simpson County, Kentucky$3,910,6715.8%61.4%
6Caldwell County, Kentucky$3,226,6584.8%66.2%
7Trigg County, Kentucky$2,409,1433.6%69.7%
8Warren County, Kentucky$1,973,0612.9%72.7%
9Henderson County, Kentucky$1,816,4542.7%75.4%
10Calloway County, Kentucky$1,767,4202.6%78.0%
11Ohio County, Kentucky$1,593,9942.4%80.4%
12Ballard County, Kentucky$1,476,3882.2%82.5%
13Daviess County, Kentucky$1,111,0301.6%84.2%
14Butler County, Kentucky$1,077,9891.6%85.8%
15McLean County, Kentucky$994,8601.5%87.3%
16Carlisle County, Kentucky$728,6681.1%88.3%
17Hickman County, Kentucky$670,5011.0%89.3%
18Breckinridge County, Kentucky$662,6011.0%90.3%
19Webster County, Kentucky$613,8720.9%91.2%
20Graves County, Kentucky$520,6280.8%92.0%
21Hardin County, Kentucky$486,7580.7%92.7%
22Lyon County, Kentucky$476,6320.7%93.4%
23Hancock County, Kentucky$471,4730.7%94.1%
24Meade County, Kentucky$439,6390.7%94.8%
25Livingston County, Kentucky$410,7910.6%95.4%
26Crittenden County, Kentucky$362,4300.5%95.9%
27Hopkins County, Kentucky$362,1680.5%96.5%
28Grayson County, Kentucky$308,6470.5%96.9%
29Marion County, Kentucky$274,6660.4%97.3%
30Marshall County, Kentucky$243,6780.4%97.7%
31Wayne County, Kentucky$241,9440.4%98.1%
32Muhlenberg County, Kentucky$241,0230.4%98.4%
33Taylor County, Kentucky$234,2280.3%98.8%
34Fulton County, Kentucky$193,1490.3%99.1%
35McCracken County, Kentucky$177,0050.3%99.3%
36Pulaski County, Kentucky$138,1520.2%99.5%
37Nelson County, Kentucky$97,6380.1%99.7%
38Larue County, Kentucky$42,0840.1%99.7%
39Fayette County, Kentucky$38,6610.1%99.8%
40Boyle County, Kentucky$34,6850.1%99.8%
41Lincoln County, Kentucky$33,3320.0%99.9%
42Washington County, Kentucky$32,3370.0%99.9%
43Bourbon County, Kentucky$23,3400.0%100.0%
44Scott County, Kentucky$9,5340.0%100.0%
45Shelby County, Kentucky$5,3940.0%100.0%
46Adair County, Kentucky$3,0280.0%100.0%
47Hart County, Kentucky$2,5710.0%100.0%
48Bracken County, Kentucky$680.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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