Commodity subsidies in Clare County, Michigan totaled $9.7 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Clare County, Michigan Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Huron County, Michigan$253,096,2166.0%6.0%
2Sanilac County, Michigan$233,373,4395.5%11.5%
3Lenawee County, Michigan$216,285,9455.1%16.6%
4Saginaw County, Michigan$166,527,7003.9%20.5%
5Tuscola County, Michigan$159,916,7473.8%24.2%
6Gratiot County, Michigan$157,819,6353.7%28.0%
7Branch County, Michigan$140,997,4053.3%31.3%
8Clinton County, Michigan$139,894,4273.3%34.6%
9Hillsdale County, Michigan$138,366,2333.3%37.8%
10Calhoun County, Michigan$137,853,5383.2%41.1%
11Allegan County, Michigan$136,415,8433.2%44.3%
12Ionia County, Michigan$131,946,7043.1%47.4%
13Saint Joseph County, Michigan$131,728,4073.1%50.5%
14Monroe County, Michigan$118,268,8752.8%53.3%
15Shiawassee County, Michigan$109,527,0742.6%55.9%
16Eaton County, Michigan$106,808,1142.5%58.4%
17Cass County, Michigan$105,447,9172.5%60.9%
18Ingham County, Michigan$104,347,4272.5%63.3%
19Jackson County, Michigan$91,399,7582.2%65.5%
20Isabella County, Michigan$85,493,4552.0%67.5%
21Montcalm County, Michigan$84,869,2072.0%69.5%
22Kalamazoo County, Michigan$84,702,3872.0%71.5%
23Washtenaw County, Michigan$81,270,1441.9%73.4%
24Bay County, Michigan$81,202,9841.9%75.3%
25Ottawa County, Michigan$75,915,8181.8%77.1%
26Barry County, Michigan$74,750,1601.8%78.9%
27Lapeer County, Michigan$72,136,6841.7%80.6%
28Berrien County, Michigan$72,102,4561.7%82.3%
29Kent County, Michigan$71,088,1591.7%83.9%
30Saint Clair County, Michigan$66,882,3131.6%85.5%
31Genesee County, Michigan$62,126,1021.5%87.0%
32Van Buren County, Michigan$42,945,7131.0%88.0%
33Livingston County, Michigan$41,188,1081.0%89.0%
34Arenac County, Michigan$39,511,4360.9%89.9%
35Midland County, Michigan$38,954,9340.9%90.8%
36Newaygo County, Michigan$38,701,0450.9%91.7%
37Missaukee County, Michigan$36,493,6970.9%92.6%
38Mecosta County, Michigan$30,508,1230.7%93.3%
39Macomb County, Michigan$24,346,1000.6%93.9%
40Menominee County, Michigan$23,382,1980.6%94.4%
41Ogemaw County, Michigan$22,629,0090.5%95.0%
42Muskegon County, Michigan$22,252,1650.5%95.5%
43Mason County, Michigan$19,807,6730.5%95.9%
44Osceola County, Michigan$18,105,9230.4%96.4%
45Oceana County, Michigan$15,372,9680.4%96.7%
46Iosco County, Michigan$15,222,1120.4%97.1%
47Alpena County, Michigan$14,277,7150.3%97.4%
48Gladwin County, Michigan$13,938,7030.3%97.8%
49Clare County, Michigan$9,650,6800.2%98.0%
50Presque Isle County, Michigan$9,230,5530.2%98.2%
51Grand Traverse County, Michigan$7,844,4130.2%98.4%
52Antrim County, Michigan$6,619,3930.2%98.5%
53Delta County, Michigan$5,798,3820.1%98.7%
54Oakland County, Michigan$5,302,2670.1%98.8%
55Alcona County, Michigan$5,070,1460.1%98.9%
56Wexford County, Michigan$4,516,7950.1%99.0%
57Montmorency County, Michigan$4,169,3680.1%99.1%
58Leelanau County, Michigan$4,140,4450.1%99.2%
59Charlevoix County, Michigan$4,071,8190.1%99.3%
60Wayne County, Michigan$2,865,5830.1%99.4%
61Chippewa County, Michigan$2,836,2450.1%99.5%
62Cheboygan County, Michigan$2,732,3970.1%99.5%
63Emmet County, Michigan$2,498,1310.1%99.6%
64Kalkaska County, Michigan$2,327,1130.1%99.6%
65Dickinson County, Michigan$2,325,5500.1%99.7%
66Otsego County, Michigan$2,230,0640.1%99.7%
67Benzie County, Michigan$1,808,3350.0%99.8%
68Manistee County, Michigan$1,607,2860.0%99.8%
69Lake County, Michigan$1,095,7900.0%99.8%
70Mackinac County, Michigan$1,077,7660.0%99.9%
71Marquette County, Michigan$1,056,4760.0%99.9%
72Houghton County, Michigan$885,2340.0%99.9%
73Alger County, Michigan$815,7200.0%99.9%
74Oscoda County, Michigan$674,0280.0%100.0%
75Ontonagon County, Michigan$658,3000.0%100.0%
76Schoolcraft County, Michigan$429,7260.0%100.0%
77Iron County, Michigan$272,6760.0%100.0%
78Baraga County, Michigan$258,3270.0%100.0%
79Luce County, Michigan$209,5560.0%100.0%
80Roscommon County, Michigan$53,4870.0%100.0%
81Gogebic County, Michigan$3,7730.0%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 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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