Production Flexibility Contracts payments in Michigan totaled $611 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Michigan Receiving Production Flexibility Contracts payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Production Flexibility Contracts
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Huron County, Michigan$38,246,0436.3%6.3%
2Lenawee County, Michigan$31,524,9675.2%11.4%
3Sanilac County, Michigan$31,325,3955.1%16.5%
4Tuscola County, Michigan$24,740,8734.0%20.6%
5Saint Joseph County, Michigan$23,692,1303.9%24.5%
6Branch County, Michigan$23,548,1433.9%28.3%
7Saginaw County, Michigan$22,148,1733.6%31.9%
8Calhoun County, Michigan$20,631,1933.4%35.3%
9Gratiot County, Michigan$20,334,1243.3%38.6%
10Hillsdale County, Michigan$20,079,5073.3%41.9%
11Allegan County, Michigan$19,568,3563.2%45.1%
12Clinton County, Michigan$17,821,8642.9%48.0%
13Ionia County, Michigan$17,741,4552.9%50.9%
14Cass County, Michigan$16,988,5942.8%53.7%
15Monroe County, Michigan$16,357,7892.7%56.4%
16Eaton County, Michigan$15,730,1442.6%59.0%
17Ingham County, Michigan$14,924,8592.4%61.4%
18Jackson County, Michigan$14,901,2092.4%63.9%
19Shiawassee County, Michigan$13,735,8142.2%66.1%
20Washtenaw County, Michigan$13,547,4022.2%68.3%
21Montcalm County, Michigan$13,222,0622.2%70.5%
22Kalamazoo County, Michigan$12,756,5762.1%72.6%
23Lapeer County, Michigan$12,615,0172.1%74.6%
24Isabella County, Michigan$10,937,8951.8%76.4%
25Genesee County, Michigan$10,511,2601.7%78.1%
26Ottawa County, Michigan$10,133,1361.7%79.8%
27Berrien County, Michigan$10,062,0341.6%81.4%
28Barry County, Michigan$9,969,5431.6%83.1%
29Bay County, Michigan$9,805,3591.6%84.7%
30Kent County, Michigan$9,542,4411.6%86.2%
31Saint Clair County, Michigan$8,901,3851.5%87.7%
32Livingston County, Michigan$7,769,2321.3%89.0%
33Van Buren County, Michigan$7,358,0131.2%90.2%
34Arenac County, Michigan$5,230,3090.9%91.0%
35Newaygo County, Michigan$4,944,8820.8%91.8%
36Midland County, Michigan$4,690,3650.8%92.6%
37Mecosta County, Michigan$4,008,2690.7%93.3%
38Muskegon County, Michigan$3,251,9170.5%93.8%
39Macomb County, Michigan$3,071,9740.5%94.3%
40Mason County, Michigan$2,744,6660.4%94.7%
41Missaukee County, Michigan$2,703,7880.4%95.2%
42Menominee County, Michigan$2,316,6410.4%95.6%
43Gladwin County, Michigan$2,312,8940.4%95.9%
44Ogemaw County, Michigan$2,271,4420.4%96.3%
45Iosco County, Michigan$2,209,7250.4%96.7%
46Osceola County, Michigan$2,005,1140.3%97.0%
47Alpena County, Michigan$1,716,7100.3%97.3%
48Oceana County, Michigan$1,668,3420.3%97.6%
49Clare County, Michigan$1,545,7580.3%97.8%
50Antrim County, Michigan$1,394,4720.2%98.0%
51Grand Traverse County, Michigan$1,385,6710.2%98.3%
52Oakland County, Michigan$1,372,9510.2%98.5%
53Presque Isle County, Michigan$1,039,3420.2%98.7%
54Alcona County, Michigan$810,0240.1%98.8%
55Delta County, Michigan$777,3350.1%98.9%
56Leelanau County, Michigan$659,5480.1%99.0%
57Charlevoix County, Michigan$656,8250.1%99.1%
58Wexford County, Michigan$642,8090.1%99.2%
59Montmorency County, Michigan$578,6080.1%99.3%
60Otsego County, Michigan$568,1670.1%99.4%
61Kalkaska County, Michigan$525,6970.1%99.5%
62Wayne County, Michigan$465,7090.1%99.6%
63Emmet County, Michigan$393,4650.1%99.7%
64Manistee County, Michigan$380,4530.1%99.7%
65Cheboygan County, Michigan$366,1120.1%99.8%
66Dickinson County, Michigan$238,1050.0%99.8%
67Benzie County, Michigan$227,3630.0%99.9%
68Chippewa County, Michigan$157,2310.0%99.9%
69Lake County, Michigan$153,3180.0%99.9%
70Houghton County, Michigan$86,1070.0%99.9%
71Oscoda County, Michigan$80,5120.0%99.9%
72Marquette County, Michigan$74,5950.0%99.9%
73Alger County, Michigan$70,9620.0%100.0%
74Schoolcraft County, Michigan$66,1430.0%100.0%
75Luce County, Michigan$45,6200.0%100.0%
76Mackinac County, Michigan$39,9010.0%100.0%
77Iron County, Michigan$38,4370.0%100.0%
78Baraga County, Michigan$32,5630.0%100.0%
79Ontonagon County, Michigan$29,2040.0%100.0%
80Roscommon County, Michigan$3,7910.0%100.0%
81Gogebic County, Michigan$4870.0%100.0%
82Keweenaw County, Michigan$570.0%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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