Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) payments in Mackinac County, Michigan totaled $599 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Mackinac County, Michigan Receiving Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE)
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tuscola County, Michigan$3,713,6559.1%9.1%
2Saginaw County, Michigan$2,843,4747.0%16.1%
3Sanilac County, Michigan$2,225,5015.5%21.6%
4Eaton County, Michigan$2,165,3095.3%26.9%
5Arenac County, Michigan$1,996,1954.9%31.8%
6Bay County, Michigan$1,966,9854.8%36.6%
7Lenawee County, Michigan$1,913,8704.7%41.3%
8Gratiot County, Michigan$1,813,4794.5%45.8%
9Huron County, Michigan$1,668,7104.1%49.9%
10Ingham County, Michigan$1,654,1174.1%54.0%
11Shiawassee County, Michigan$1,270,2403.1%57.1%
12Ionia County, Michigan$1,140,8922.8%59.9%
13Calhoun County, Michigan$1,098,9352.7%62.6%
14Washtenaw County, Michigan$994,9632.4%65.0%
15Hillsdale County, Michigan$925,3322.3%67.3%
16Allegan County, Michigan$852,0402.1%69.4%
17Branch County, Michigan$825,3672.0%71.4%
18Iosco County, Michigan$744,9991.8%73.3%
19Cass County, Michigan$710,8381.7%75.0%
20Barry County, Michigan$653,0201.6%76.6%
21Isabella County, Michigan$637,0531.6%78.2%
22Missaukee County, Michigan$610,3201.5%79.7%
23Kent County, Michigan$525,2501.3%81.0%
24Clinton County, Michigan$522,6891.3%82.3%
25Montcalm County, Michigan$515,6121.3%83.5%
26Kalamazoo County, Michigan$474,3301.2%84.7%
27Ogemaw County, Michigan$458,8221.1%85.8%
28Berrien County, Michigan$448,7871.1%86.9%
29Van Buren County, Michigan$405,1081.0%87.9%
30Midland County, Michigan$389,7691.0%88.9%
31Ottawa County, Michigan$357,9860.9%89.8%
32Saint Clair County, Michigan$332,7070.8%90.6%
33Livingston County, Michigan$328,4470.8%91.4%
34Jackson County, Michigan$307,0640.8%92.1%
35Presque Isle County, Michigan$286,9730.7%92.8%
36Gladwin County, Michigan$285,8430.7%93.5%
37Genesee County, Michigan$245,0570.6%94.2%
38Monroe County, Michigan$234,1770.6%94.7%
39Lapeer County, Michigan$222,8440.5%95.3%
40Mecosta County, Michigan$218,6880.5%95.8%
41Menominee County, Michigan$204,8160.5%96.3%
42Saint Joseph County, Michigan$178,1930.4%96.8%
43Newaygo County, Michigan$173,5760.4%97.2%
44Osceola County, Michigan$151,3140.4%97.6%
45Delta County, Michigan$139,0560.3%97.9%
46Oceana County, Michigan$114,0850.3%98.2%
47Mason County, Michigan$94,7790.2%98.4%
48Alpena County, Michigan$83,1710.2%98.6%
49Clare County, Michigan$74,7470.2%98.8%
50Wexford County, Michigan$68,7600.2%99.0%
51Muskegon County, Michigan$65,9980.2%99.1%
52Macomb County, Michigan$62,8430.2%99.3%
53Antrim County, Michigan$43,2190.1%99.4%
54Grand Traverse County, Michigan$41,3610.1%99.5%
55Cheboygan County, Michigan$31,9140.1%99.6%
56Montmorency County, Michigan$28,6580.1%99.6%
57Chippewa County, Michigan$27,2400.1%99.7%
58Marquette County, Michigan$22,7990.1%99.8%
59Alcona County, Michigan$20,9400.1%99.8%
60Wayne County, Michigan$17,9450.0%99.9%
61Otsego County, Michigan$17,3730.0%99.9%
62Lake County, Michigan$12,9780.0%99.9%
63Emmet County, Michigan$11,4960.0%100.0%
64Alger County, Michigan$7,7220.0%100.0%
65Dickinson County, Michigan$4,9190.0%100.0%
66Schoolcraft County, Michigan$1,4360.0%100.0%
67Leelanau County, Michigan$8960.0%100.0%
68Luce County, Michigan$7250.0%100.0%
69Mackinac County, Michigan$5990.0%100.0%
70Roscommon County, Michigan$3620.0%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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