Livestock Subsidies in Mississippi totaled $755,926 in 2019

Counties in Mississippi Receiving livestock subsidies, 2019

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yazoo County, Mississippi$237,53531.4%31.4%
2Tate County, Mississippi$76,03010.1%41.5%
3Forrest County, Mississippi$72,8109.6%51.1%
4Jefferson County, Mississippi$34,4324.6%55.7%
5Walthall County, Mississippi$33,5604.4%60.1%
6Adams County, Mississippi$33,3994.4%64.5%
7Perry County, Mississippi$32,2064.3%68.8%
8Marion County, Mississippi$29,2423.9%72.7%
9Amite County, Mississippi$28,5633.8%76.4%
10Neshoba County, Mississippi$19,6972.6%79.0%
11Jasper County, Mississippi$17,1062.3%81.3%
12Lincoln County, Mississippi$16,7352.2%83.5%
13Pike County, Mississippi$16,4672.2%85.7%
14Leake County, Mississippi$11,5701.5%87.2%
15Jones County, Mississippi$11,1401.5%88.7%
16Pearl River County, Mississippi$10,5311.4%90.1%
17Choctaw County, Mississippi$10,4781.4%91.5%
18Copiah County, Mississippi$10,1881.3%92.8%
19Lafayette County, Mississippi$8,9401.2%94.0%
20Newton County, Mississippi$4,7360.6%94.6%
21Attala County, Mississippi$4,5310.6%95.2%
22Calhoun County, Mississippi$4,5250.6%95.8%
23Chickasaw County, Mississippi$3,8830.5%96.3%
24George County, Mississippi$3,6920.5%96.8%
25Pontotoc County, Mississippi$3,6270.5%97.3%
26Claiborne County, Mississippi$3,5400.5%97.8%
27Monroe County, Mississippi$2,9350.4%98.2%
28Prentiss County, Mississippi$2,3520.3%98.5%
29Noxubee County, Mississippi$2,0120.3%98.7%
30Tallahatchie County, Mississippi$1,2910.2%98.9%
31Covington County, Mississippi$1,1180.1%99.1%
32Harrison County, Mississippi$1,1130.1%99.2%
33Franklin County, Mississippi$1,0800.1%99.4%
34Simpson County, Mississippi$9340.1%99.5%
35Tishomingo County, Mississippi$8800.1%99.6%
36Hancock County, Mississippi$8580.1%99.7%
37Warren County, Mississippi$8360.1%99.8%
38Clay County, Mississippi$6650.1%99.9%
39Wayne County, Mississippi$3590.0%100.0%
40Alcorn County, Mississippi$3300.0%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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