Corn Subsidies in Menominee County, Michigan totaled $23.9 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Menominee County, Michigan Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Corn Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Huron County, Michigan$174,433,3255.6%5.6%
2Lenawee County, Michigan$170,506,0335.4%11.0%
3Sanilac County, Michigan$140,819,1104.5%15.5%
4Gratiot County, Michigan$120,300,0063.8%19.3%
5Saginaw County, Michigan$117,522,5163.7%23.1%
6Branch County, Michigan$117,004,6953.7%26.8%
7Tuscola County, Michigan$115,638,3643.7%30.5%
8Allegan County, Michigan$113,717,4853.6%34.1%
9Saint Joseph County, Michigan$112,060,0463.6%37.7%
10Calhoun County, Michigan$111,950,6443.6%41.2%
11Hillsdale County, Michigan$105,942,4363.4%44.6%
12Ionia County, Michigan$90,574,0992.9%47.5%
13Monroe County, Michigan$88,764,6942.8%50.3%
14Clinton County, Michigan$87,406,4092.8%53.1%
15Cass County, Michigan$87,078,8732.8%55.9%
16Jackson County, Michigan$80,464,5882.6%58.4%
17Eaton County, Michigan$75,242,9522.4%60.8%
18Ingham County, Michigan$72,642,1502.3%63.2%
19Montcalm County, Michigan$67,675,6252.2%65.3%
20Bay County, Michigan$67,217,2902.1%67.4%
21Shiawassee County, Michigan$67,151,9232.1%69.6%
22Kalamazoo County, Michigan$65,570,4152.1%71.7%
23Washtenaw County, Michigan$61,559,4072.0%73.6%
24Isabella County, Michigan$60,562,6261.9%75.6%
25Ottawa County, Michigan$56,773,3921.8%77.4%
26Barry County, Michigan$56,343,8511.8%79.2%
27Berrien County, Michigan$55,092,6141.8%80.9%
28Lapeer County, Michigan$54,950,2481.8%82.7%
29Genesee County, Michigan$47,803,4091.5%84.2%
30Van Buren County, Michigan$47,304,3151.5%85.7%
31Kent County, Michigan$47,292,6581.5%87.2%
32Saint Clair County, Michigan$39,403,4471.3%88.5%
33Livingston County, Michigan$33,203,4191.1%89.5%
34Midland County, Michigan$29,302,5760.9%90.5%
35Arenac County, Michigan$27,110,5270.9%91.3%
36Newaygo County, Michigan$26,491,5770.8%92.2%
37Mecosta County, Michigan$25,050,4330.8%93.0%
38Menominee County, Michigan$23,866,6680.8%93.7%
39Missaukee County, Michigan$20,083,9020.6%94.4%
40Muskegon County, Michigan$18,015,0240.6%94.9%
41Ogemaw County, Michigan$17,064,2050.5%95.5%
42Macomb County, Michigan$16,240,2440.5%96.0%
43Mason County, Michigan$13,363,6670.4%96.4%
44Osceola County, Michigan$11,635,0660.4%96.8%
45Gladwin County, Michigan$11,407,6650.4%97.2%
46Iosco County, Michigan$10,803,5420.3%97.5%
47Oceana County, Michigan$9,432,6940.3%97.8%
48Alpena County, Michigan$7,837,1080.2%98.1%
49Grand Traverse County, Michigan$7,831,8930.2%98.3%
50Clare County, Michigan$7,280,1880.2%98.5%
51Presque Isle County, Michigan$6,147,7270.2%98.7%
52Antrim County, Michigan$5,013,4230.2%98.9%
53Delta County, Michigan$4,821,1740.2%99.1%
54Oakland County, Michigan$3,861,2640.1%99.2%
55Wexford County, Michigan$3,720,2860.1%99.3%
56Leelanau County, Michigan$2,922,2240.1%99.4%
57Charlevoix County, Michigan$2,681,7990.1%99.5%
58Alcona County, Michigan$2,381,9850.1%99.5%
59Montmorency County, Michigan$1,977,3080.1%99.6%
60Wayne County, Michigan$1,685,1600.1%99.7%
61Kalkaska County, Michigan$1,587,1040.1%99.7%
62Otsego County, Michigan$1,513,5200.0%99.8%
63Emmet County, Michigan$1,477,7970.0%99.8%
64Cheboygan County, Michigan$1,184,0180.0%99.8%
65Benzie County, Michigan$1,037,9360.0%99.9%
66Dickinson County, Michigan$833,2070.0%99.9%
67Manistee County, Michigan$832,8530.0%99.9%
68Lake County, Michigan$447,8940.0%99.9%
69Oscoda County, Michigan$286,1640.0%100.0%
70Marquette County, Michigan$274,9800.0%100.0%
71Houghton County, Michigan$239,5490.0%100.0%
72Chippewa County, Michigan$225,2890.0%100.0%
73Alger County, Michigan$173,1870.0%100.0%
74Mackinac County, Michigan$132,3940.0%100.0%
75Schoolcraft County, Michigan$88,4260.0%100.0%
76Luce County, Michigan$58,7990.0%100.0%
77Baraga County, Michigan$58,5330.0%100.0%
78Ontonagon County, Michigan$57,3440.0%100.0%
79Iron County, Michigan$43,9760.0%100.0%
80Roscommon County, Michigan$21,3890.0%100.0%
81Crawford County, Michigan$8030.0%100.0%
82Gogebic County, Michigan$5860.0%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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