Total Commodity Certificates payments in Berrien County, Michigan totaled $87,104 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Berrien County, Michigan Receiving Total Commodity Certificates payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Commodity Certificates
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Allegan County, Michigan$696,54722.9%22.9%
2Sanilac County, Michigan$217,4047.1%30.0%
3Cass County, Michigan$187,5496.2%36.2%
4Clinton County, Michigan$186,9586.1%42.3%
5Montcalm County, Michigan$159,7795.3%47.6%
6Kent County, Michigan$148,7434.9%52.5%
7Saint Clair County, Michigan$123,7284.1%56.5%
8Barry County, Michigan$110,6473.6%60.2%
9Kalamazoo County, Michigan$106,1693.5%63.7%
10Eaton County, Michigan$100,6593.3%67.0%
11Berrien County, Michigan$87,1042.9%69.8%
12Muskegon County, Michigan$86,7322.8%72.7%
13Monroe County, Michigan$77,3372.5%75.2%
14Gratiot County, Michigan$74,5022.4%77.7%
15Tuscola County, Michigan$70,0452.3%80.0%
16Mecosta County, Michigan$66,2712.2%82.2%
17Ionia County, Michigan$65,8262.2%84.3%
18Huron County, Michigan$63,3392.1%86.4%
19Isabella County, Michigan$58,3841.9%88.3%
20Iosco County, Michigan$41,7031.4%89.7%
21Midland County, Michigan$33,3801.1%90.8%
22Van Buren County, Michigan$32,7001.1%91.9%
23Arenac County, Michigan$29,7661.0%92.8%
24Shiawassee County, Michigan$28,2740.9%93.8%
25Genesee County, Michigan$26,9500.9%94.6%
26Calhoun County, Michigan$25,9850.9%95.5%
27Saint Joseph County, Michigan$25,4400.8%96.3%
28Lapeer County, Michigan$23,1000.8%97.1%
29Lenawee County, Michigan$20,3730.7%97.8%
30Jackson County, Michigan$18,8440.6%98.4%
31Ottawa County, Michigan$15,6850.5%98.9%
32Wexford County, Michigan$11,5220.4%99.3%
33Branch County, Michigan$9,7060.3%99.6%
34Ingham County, Michigan$5,0700.2%99.8%
35Bay County, Michigan$3,7040.1%99.9%
36Newaygo County, Michigan$1,8490.1%99.9%
37Hillsdale County, Michigan$1,6000.1%100.0%
38Saginaw County, Michigan$70.0%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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