Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Maryland totaled $72.1 million in 2019

Counties in Maryland Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2019

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
Pct of
1Queen Anne's County, Maryland$8,879,06712.3%12.3%
2Kent County, Maryland$7,124,2399.9%22.2%
3Caroline County, Maryland$7,041,1439.8%31.9%
4Dorchester County, Maryland$6,501,4439.0%41.0%
5Frederick County, Maryland$6,250,3388.7%49.6%
6Talbot County, Maryland$6,230,5428.6%58.3%
7Worcester County, Maryland$4,596,6106.4%64.6%
8Carroll County, Maryland$4,326,2386.0%70.6%
9Baltimore County, Maryland$2,646,2553.7%74.3%
10Somerset County, Maryland$2,476,2273.4%77.7%
11Montgomery County, Maryland$2,401,2433.3%81.0%
12Cecil County, Maryland$2,394,2273.3%84.4%
13Wicomico County, Maryland$2,326,7923.2%87.6%
14Harford County, Maryland$2,234,4623.1%90.7%
15Washington County, Maryland$1,966,6642.7%93.4%
16Saint Mary's County, Maryland$1,764,5922.4%95.9%
17Charles County, Maryland$914,4131.3%97.1%
18Anne Arundel County, Maryland$608,5780.8%98.0%
19Howard County, Maryland$439,1950.6%98.6%
20Garrett County, Maryland$380,7550.5%99.1%
21Calvert County, Maryland$372,2070.5%99.6%
22Prince George's County, Maryland$228,3460.3%99.9%
23Allegany County, Maryland$44,2130.1%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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