Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in Michigan totaled $508 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Michigan Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Huron County, Michigan$29,643,5485.8%5.8%
2Lenawee County, Michigan$28,340,6645.6%11.4%
3Sanilac County, Michigan$24,736,8114.9%16.3%
4Calhoun County, Michigan$24,155,0784.8%21.0%
5Saint Joseph County, Michigan$22,156,2554.4%25.4%
6Saginaw County, Michigan$22,142,1494.4%29.7%
7Hillsdale County, Michigan$20,367,6294.0%33.8%
8Gratiot County, Michigan$19,019,8963.7%37.5%
9Tuscola County, Michigan$17,011,3613.3%40.8%
10Ionia County, Michigan$16,952,8133.3%44.2%
11Clinton County, Michigan$16,948,5683.3%47.5%
12Branch County, Michigan$16,504,0833.2%50.8%
13Allegan County, Michigan$14,917,0412.9%53.7%
14Eaton County, Michigan$13,700,2932.7%56.4%
15Monroe County, Michigan$13,594,0742.7%59.1%
16Cass County, Michigan$13,394,5872.6%61.7%
17Shiawassee County, Michigan$12,957,7492.5%64.3%
18Ingham County, Michigan$12,892,0732.5%66.8%
19Bay County, Michigan$12,883,9802.5%69.3%
20Kalamazoo County, Michigan$12,882,7632.5%71.9%
21Jackson County, Michigan$12,665,0932.5%74.4%
22Isabella County, Michigan$12,043,4392.4%76.7%
23Montcalm County, Michigan$10,682,5562.1%78.8%
24Barry County, Michigan$9,990,6102.0%80.8%
25Washtenaw County, Michigan$7,915,9551.6%82.4%
26Genesee County, Michigan$6,908,9971.4%83.7%
27Saint Clair County, Michigan$6,884,4111.4%85.1%
28Berrien County, Michigan$6,873,9401.4%86.4%
29Ottawa County, Michigan$6,521,6101.3%87.7%
30Midland County, Michigan$6,152,4531.2%88.9%
31Lapeer County, Michigan$5,777,7051.1%90.1%
32Arenac County, Michigan$5,469,9701.1%91.1%
33Kent County, Michigan$5,287,9401.0%92.2%
34Mecosta County, Michigan$3,834,3970.8%92.9%
35Van Buren County, Michigan$3,744,3790.7%93.7%
36Livingston County, Michigan$3,137,4280.6%94.3%
37Missaukee County, Michigan$2,623,1760.5%94.8%
38Macomb County, Michigan$2,591,4600.5%95.3%
39Mason County, Michigan$2,357,6410.5%95.8%
40Gladwin County, Michigan$2,242,7290.4%96.2%
41Newaygo County, Michigan$2,019,3420.4%96.6%
42Iosco County, Michigan$1,934,7620.4%97.0%
43Ogemaw County, Michigan$1,909,3700.4%97.4%
44Menominee County, Michigan$1,452,5720.3%97.6%
45Osceola County, Michigan$1,414,9640.3%97.9%
46Muskegon County, Michigan$1,292,6070.3%98.2%
47Presque Isle County, Michigan$1,233,1600.2%98.4%
48Alpena County, Michigan$1,211,6850.2%98.7%
49Clare County, Michigan$1,088,4650.2%98.9%
50Oceana County, Michigan$871,5480.2%99.0%
51Grand Traverse County, Michigan$579,8480.1%99.2%
52Charlevoix County, Michigan$477,3830.1%99.3%
53Delta County, Michigan$431,7840.1%99.3%
54Montmorency County, Michigan$371,0410.1%99.4%
55Oakland County, Michigan$338,8160.1%99.5%
56Antrim County, Michigan$281,9680.1%99.5%
57Emmet County, Michigan$279,1220.1%99.6%
58Alcona County, Michigan$254,1060.1%99.6%
59Leelanau County, Michigan$229,3710.0%99.7%
60Wayne County, Michigan$198,8030.0%99.7%
61Wexford County, Michigan$193,5160.0%99.8%
62Cheboygan County, Michigan$165,4920.0%99.8%
63Chippewa County, Michigan$161,6240.0%99.8%
64Otsego County, Michigan$142,4370.0%99.9%
65Kalkaska County, Michigan$140,4300.0%99.9%
66Dickinson County, Michigan$96,7130.0%99.9%
67Lake County, Michigan$63,1410.0%99.9%
68Marquette County, Michigan$54,8950.0%99.9%
69Houghton County, Michigan$51,9170.0%99.9%
70Benzie County, Michigan$49,7910.0%99.9%
71Oscoda County, Michigan$47,3720.0%100.0%
72Manistee County, Michigan$43,8060.0%100.0%
73Mackinac County, Michigan$41,5550.0%100.0%
74Alger County, Michigan$33,0560.0%100.0%
75Schoolcraft County, Michigan$26,2910.0%100.0%
76Luce County, Michigan$24,4990.0%100.0%
77Ontonagon County, Michigan$23,5110.0%100.0%
78Baraga County, Michigan$19,0380.0%100.0%
79Iron County, Michigan$10,6970.0%100.0%
80Roscommon County, Michigan$10,6070.0%100.0%
81Gogebic County, Michigan$5830.0%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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