Wool Subsidies in Minnesota totaled $4.0 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Minnesota Receiving wool subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Wool Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Renville County, Minnesota$406,50010.0%10.0%
2Murray County, Minnesota$256,7526.3%16.4%
3Lincoln County, Minnesota$226,1355.6%22.0%
4Pipestone County, Minnesota$223,4965.5%27.5%
5Kandiyohi County, Minnesota$163,2454.0%31.5%
6Lyon County, Minnesota$118,6012.9%34.5%
7Fillmore County, Minnesota$106,8402.6%37.1%
8Cottonwood County, Minnesota$104,2312.6%39.7%
9Otter Tail County, Minnesota$98,9962.4%42.1%
10Nobles County, Minnesota$98,2442.4%44.5%
11Grant County, Minnesota$88,7632.2%46.7%
12Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota$84,4382.1%48.8%
13Jackson County, Minnesota$84,2562.1%50.9%
14Redwood County, Minnesota$78,5001.9%52.8%
15Goodhue County, Minnesota$77,3051.9%54.8%
16Freeborn County, Minnesota$73,2901.8%56.6%
17Brown County, Minnesota$70,3261.7%58.3%
18Todd County, Minnesota$66,6391.6%60.0%
19Rock County, Minnesota$64,4961.6%61.5%
20Chippewa County, Minnesota$57,8071.4%63.0%
21Martin County, Minnesota$57,4051.4%64.4%
22Waseca County, Minnesota$53,6411.3%65.7%
23Blue Earth County, Minnesota$53,2291.3%67.0%
24Meeker County, Minnesota$52,6801.3%68.3%
25Sibley County, Minnesota$50,3381.2%69.6%
26Winona County, Minnesota$50,0101.2%70.8%
27Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota$49,8671.2%72.0%
28Olmsted County, Minnesota$48,1951.2%73.2%
29Washington County, Minnesota$44,3021.1%74.3%
30Pope County, Minnesota$43,4931.1%75.4%
31Stevens County, Minnesota$39,5871.0%76.4%
32Mower County, Minnesota$38,5861.0%77.3%
33Traverse County, Minnesota$37,4060.9%78.3%
34Stearns County, Minnesota$36,8770.9%79.2%
35Morrison County, Minnesota$35,8220.9%80.1%
36Le Sueur County, Minnesota$32,1040.8%80.8%
37Wright County, Minnesota$32,0720.8%81.6%
38Pine County, Minnesota$31,8940.8%82.4%
39Marshall County, Minnesota$30,9430.8%83.2%
40Rice County, Minnesota$29,0740.7%83.9%
41Faribault County, Minnesota$28,4760.7%84.6%
42Cass County, Minnesota$28,4180.7%85.3%
43Wadena County, Minnesota$26,0950.6%86.0%
44Beltrami County, Minnesota$25,5790.6%86.6%
45Wabasha County, Minnesota$25,4260.6%87.2%
46Polk County, Minnesota$24,5400.6%87.8%
47Becker County, Minnesota$23,9150.6%88.4%
48Dodge County, Minnesota$22,8220.6%89.0%
49Roseau County, Minnesota$21,9670.5%89.5%
50Watonwan County, Minnesota$21,8350.5%90.1%
51Isanti County, Minnesota$21,0660.5%90.6%
52Clearwater County, Minnesota$20,3510.5%91.1%
53McLeod County, Minnesota$19,6200.5%91.6%
54Hubbard County, Minnesota$19,3580.5%92.1%
55Benton County, Minnesota$18,9210.5%92.5%
56Carver County, Minnesota$18,7780.5%93.0%
57Nicollet County, Minnesota$18,2500.5%93.4%
58Kanabec County, Minnesota$17,6830.4%93.9%
59Douglas County, Minnesota$17,2920.4%94.3%
60Mille Lacs County, Minnesota$14,8390.4%94.7%
61Houston County, Minnesota$14,0460.3%95.0%
62Dakota County, Minnesota$13,9650.3%95.4%
63Big Stone County, Minnesota$13,8570.3%95.7%
64Swift County, Minnesota$13,5200.3%96.0%
65Crow Wing County, Minnesota$12,1420.3%96.3%
66Steele County, Minnesota$12,0900.3%96.6%
67Clay County, Minnesota$12,0750.3%96.9%
68Aitkin County, Minnesota$11,6920.3%97.2%
69Pennington County, Minnesota$11,6170.3%97.5%
70Scott County, Minnesota$11,3650.3%97.8%
71Red Lake County, Minnesota$10,1280.3%98.0%
72Chisago County, Minnesota$9,8410.2%98.3%
73Kittson County, Minnesota$9,6350.2%98.5%
74Itasca County, Minnesota$8,9400.2%98.7%
75Norman County, Minnesota$7,9840.2%98.9%
76Saint Louis County, Minnesota$7,7750.2%99.1%
77Hennepin County, Minnesota$6,8540.2%99.3%
78Sherburne County, Minnesota$6,7710.2%99.5%
79Anoka County, Minnesota$5,5380.1%99.6%
80Mahnomen County, Minnesota$5,1730.1%99.7%
81Carlton County, Minnesota$5,0370.1%99.9%
82Wilkin County, Minnesota$3,2540.1%99.9%
83Koochiching County, Minnesota$1,2940.0%100.0%
84Ramsey County, Minnesota$1,2160.0%100.0%
85Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota$1530.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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