Commodity subsidies in Maryland totaled $664 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Maryland Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Queen Anne's County, Maryland$86,384,07313.0%13.0%
2Kent County, Maryland$69,630,20110.5%23.5%
3Talbot County, Maryland$59,054,7518.9%32.4%
4Frederick County, Maryland$58,058,4218.7%41.1%
5Caroline County, Maryland$55,672,5468.4%49.5%
6Dorchester County, Maryland$46,416,9427.0%56.5%
7Worcester County, Maryland$44,261,0776.7%63.2%
8Carroll County, Maryland$41,717,0396.3%69.5%
9Cecil County, Maryland$27,298,5734.1%73.6%
10Wicomico County, Maryland$24,168,4483.6%77.2%
11Baltimore County, Maryland$22,890,3913.4%80.6%
12Harford County, Maryland$22,790,1553.4%84.1%
13Washington County, Maryland$21,518,0963.2%87.3%
14Montgomery County, Maryland$20,821,9093.1%90.5%
15Somerset County, Maryland$19,861,9603.0%93.4%
16Saint Mary's County, Maryland$10,875,7031.6%95.1%
17Charles County, Maryland$8,292,5451.2%96.3%
18Howard County, Maryland$7,606,7241.1%97.5%
19Garrett County, Maryland$5,777,7150.9%98.4%
20Anne Arundel County, Maryland$4,112,5470.6%99.0%
21Calvert County, Maryland$2,980,7640.4%99.4%
22Prince George's County, Maryland$2,806,7700.4%99.8%
23Allegany County, Maryland$1,056,2350.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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