Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Kent County, Michigan totaled $3.9 million in 2019

Counties in Kent County, Michigan Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2019

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Sanilac County, Michigan$16,890,4836.1%6.1%
2Lenawee County, Michigan$15,410,5745.6%11.7%
3Huron County, Michigan$14,768,1295.3%17.0%
4Saginaw County, Michigan$13,073,5184.7%21.8%
5Gratiot County, Michigan$11,844,1204.3%26.0%
6Tuscola County, Michigan$11,239,9774.1%30.1%
7Shiawassee County, Michigan$10,644,1833.9%34.0%
8Calhoun County, Michigan$10,193,7513.7%37.7%
9Clinton County, Michigan$9,503,3433.4%41.1%
10Hillsdale County, Michigan$8,739,3303.2%44.3%
11Saint Joseph County, Michigan$8,637,7123.1%47.4%
12Branch County, Michigan$7,612,7622.8%50.1%
13Bay County, Michigan$7,538,8522.7%52.9%
14Ingham County, Michigan$7,417,2702.7%55.5%
15Monroe County, Michigan$7,402,9532.7%58.2%
16Ionia County, Michigan$7,345,8502.7%60.9%
17Cass County, Michigan$7,205,6652.6%63.5%
18Eaton County, Michigan$6,972,7152.5%66.0%
19Kalamazoo County, Michigan$6,944,9912.5%68.5%
20Allegan County, Michigan$6,399,5072.3%70.8%
21Isabella County, Michigan$6,154,3582.2%73.1%
22Saint Clair County, Michigan$5,768,0862.1%75.2%
23Jackson County, Michigan$5,392,0682.0%77.1%
24Berrien County, Michigan$5,130,9271.9%79.0%
25Lapeer County, Michigan$4,957,7751.8%80.8%
26Washtenaw County, Michigan$4,914,4781.8%82.5%
27Barry County, Michigan$4,664,4941.7%84.2%
28Montcalm County, Michigan$4,390,5821.6%85.8%
29Kent County, Michigan$3,921,1471.4%87.2%
30Ottawa County, Michigan$3,890,5541.4%88.6%
31Genesee County, Michigan$3,862,1311.4%90.0%
32Midland County, Michigan$3,207,6991.2%91.2%
33Arenac County, Michigan$3,012,6251.1%92.3%
34Macomb County, Michigan$2,681,2491.0%93.3%
35Mecosta County, Michigan$1,873,4820.7%93.9%
36Van Buren County, Michigan$1,844,8120.7%94.6%
37Livingston County, Michigan$1,646,2510.6%95.2%
38Missaukee County, Michigan$1,352,5450.5%95.7%
39Newaygo County, Michigan$1,324,7320.5%96.2%
40Muskegon County, Michigan$1,053,3720.4%96.5%
41Mason County, Michigan$1,048,9990.4%96.9%
42Alpena County, Michigan$1,016,7800.4%97.3%
43Ogemaw County, Michigan$810,7990.3%97.6%
44Gladwin County, Michigan$747,3770.3%97.9%
45Oceana County, Michigan$665,1150.2%98.1%
46Presque Isle County, Michigan$604,0160.2%98.3%
47Menominee County, Michigan$573,8170.2%98.5%
48Iosco County, Michigan$540,9410.2%98.7%
49Osceola County, Michigan$515,3410.2%98.9%
50Clare County, Michigan$442,1070.2%99.1%
51Grand Traverse County, Michigan$366,0900.1%99.2%
52Alcona County, Michigan$285,1600.1%99.3%
53Montmorency County, Michigan$279,7790.1%99.4%
54Wayne County, Michigan$242,6750.1%99.5%
55Delta County, Michigan$202,2680.1%99.6%
56Oakland County, Michigan$198,5010.1%99.6%
57Antrim County, Michigan$173,4460.1%99.7%
58Wexford County, Michigan$119,6150.0%99.7%
59Leelanau County, Michigan$112,1920.0%99.8%
60Otsego County, Michigan$110,2560.0%99.8%
61Charlevoix County, Michigan$79,0150.0%99.8%
62Dickinson County, Michigan$57,0240.0%99.9%
63Manistee County, Michigan$51,7170.0%99.9%
64Kalkaska County, Michigan$40,5040.0%99.9%
65Iron County, Michigan$35,9250.0%99.9%
66Cheboygan County, Michigan$33,5640.0%99.9%
67Benzie County, Michigan$33,0830.0%99.9%
68Emmet County, Michigan$30,9680.0%99.9%
69Chippewa County, Michigan$30,3440.0%100.0%
70Lake County, Michigan$26,7430.0%100.0%
71Mackinac County, Michigan$21,1640.0%100.0%
72Schoolcraft County, Michigan$17,4100.0%100.0%
73Oscoda County, Michigan$12,1270.0%100.0%
74Houghton County, Michigan$9,2130.0%100.0%
75Alger County, Michigan$8,5380.0%100.0%
76Marquette County, Michigan$4,8990.0%100.0%
77Roscommon County, Michigan$4,5240.0%100.0%
78Ontonagon County, Michigan$3,1610.0%100.0%
79Baraga County, Michigan$1,2770.0%100.0%
80Luce County, Michigan$3530.0%100.0%
81Gogebic County, Michigan$2400.0%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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