Commodity subsidies in Cheboygan County, Michigan totaled $2.6 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Cheboygan County, Michigan Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Huron County, Michigan$221,994,3995.8%5.8%
2Sanilac County, Michigan$207,412,7275.4%11.2%
3Lenawee County, Michigan$202,125,2985.3%16.4%
4Saginaw County, Michigan$153,741,3054.0%20.5%
5Tuscola County, Michigan$143,981,0903.8%24.2%
6Gratiot County, Michigan$140,185,9323.7%27.9%
7Branch County, Michigan$130,234,0453.4%31.2%
8Calhoun County, Michigan$127,396,6663.3%34.6%
9Hillsdale County, Michigan$126,123,5293.3%37.8%
10Clinton County, Michigan$125,565,1983.3%41.1%
11Saint Joseph County, Michigan$124,103,5223.2%44.4%
12Allegan County, Michigan$121,425,2883.2%47.5%
13Ionia County, Michigan$119,610,0033.1%50.6%
14Monroe County, Michigan$110,524,3672.9%53.5%
15Shiawassee County, Michigan$101,178,0302.6%56.1%
16Eaton County, Michigan$99,939,6452.6%58.7%
17Cass County, Michigan$93,464,7782.4%61.2%
18Ingham County, Michigan$93,356,9682.4%63.6%
19Jackson County, Michigan$83,761,2292.2%65.8%
20Montcalm County, Michigan$76,559,2212.0%67.8%
21Washtenaw County, Michigan$76,044,1212.0%69.8%
22Isabella County, Michigan$75,803,0252.0%71.7%
23Kalamazoo County, Michigan$75,742,8452.0%73.7%
24Bay County, Michigan$72,792,4831.9%75.6%
25Barry County, Michigan$67,627,0511.8%77.4%
26Lapeer County, Michigan$67,299,0741.8%79.1%
27Ottawa County, Michigan$66,214,4791.7%80.9%
28Berrien County, Michigan$65,791,7871.7%82.6%
29Kent County, Michigan$62,999,8351.6%84.2%
30Saint Clair County, Michigan$61,765,6971.6%85.8%
31Genesee County, Michigan$58,144,3951.5%87.3%
32Van Buren County, Michigan$40,307,9961.0%88.4%
33Livingston County, Michigan$38,486,5911.0%89.4%
34Arenac County, Michigan$34,976,1910.9%90.3%
35Midland County, Michigan$34,059,3790.9%91.2%
36Newaygo County, Michigan$32,750,2720.9%92.0%
37Missaukee County, Michigan$26,671,2220.7%92.7%
38Mecosta County, Michigan$26,489,7130.7%93.4%
39Macomb County, Michigan$22,441,5660.6%94.0%
40Muskegon County, Michigan$20,017,6250.5%94.5%
41Menominee County, Michigan$19,963,6130.5%95.0%
42Ogemaw County, Michigan$18,479,0830.5%95.5%
43Mason County, Michigan$17,540,4120.5%96.0%
44Osceola County, Michigan$14,881,4420.4%96.4%
45Oceana County, Michigan$13,899,6310.4%96.7%
46Iosco County, Michigan$13,556,7060.4%97.1%
47Gladwin County, Michigan$12,693,1000.3%97.4%
48Alpena County, Michigan$12,201,8040.3%97.7%
49Clare County, Michigan$8,952,9170.2%98.0%
50Presque Isle County, Michigan$8,220,4420.2%98.2%
51Grand Traverse County, Michigan$7,289,0150.2%98.4%
52Antrim County, Michigan$6,245,6270.2%98.5%
53Delta County, Michigan$5,215,2160.1%98.7%
54Oakland County, Michigan$5,123,0790.1%98.8%
55Alcona County, Michigan$4,560,7730.1%98.9%
56Wexford County, Michigan$4,172,1620.1%99.0%
57Leelanau County, Michigan$3,934,8320.1%99.1%
58Charlevoix County, Michigan$3,783,4020.1%99.2%
59Montmorency County, Michigan$3,618,8310.1%99.3%
60Wayne County, Michigan$2,701,4440.1%99.4%
61Cheboygan County, Michigan$2,570,9880.1%99.5%
62Emmet County, Michigan$2,355,8700.1%99.5%
63Kalkaska County, Michigan$2,269,4200.1%99.6%
64Chippewa County, Michigan$2,162,5870.1%99.6%
65Otsego County, Michigan$2,114,5870.1%99.7%
66Dickinson County, Michigan$1,981,1800.1%99.7%
67Benzie County, Michigan$1,682,6410.0%99.8%
68Manistee County, Michigan$1,456,6420.0%99.8%
69Marquette County, Michigan$1,006,4620.0%99.9%
70Lake County, Michigan$984,8770.0%99.9%
71Houghton County, Michigan$844,5050.0%99.9%
72Mackinac County, Michigan$776,9210.0%99.9%
73Alger County, Michigan$735,1190.0%99.9%
74Ontonagon County, Michigan$623,5460.0%100.0%
75Oscoda County, Michigan$617,9290.0%100.0%
76Schoolcraft County, Michigan$386,0520.0%100.0%
77Baraga County, Michigan$242,0090.0%100.0%
78Iron County, Michigan$216,7550.0%100.0%
79Luce County, Michigan$177,7530.0%100.0%
80Roscommon County, Michigan$36,4780.0%100.0%
81Gogebic County, Michigan$2,5030.0%100.0%
82Crawford County, Michigan$1,3840.0%100.0%
83Keweenaw County, Michigan$850.0%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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