Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Mississippi totaled $142 million in 2018

Counties in Mississippi Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2018

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bolivar County, Mississippi$23,592,60816.7%16.7%
2Washington County, Mississippi$20,260,64414.3%31.0%
3Sunflower County, Mississippi$18,827,97413.3%44.3%
4Leflore County, Mississippi$11,920,8298.4%52.7%
5Coahoma County, Mississippi$8,624,0696.1%58.8%
6Sharkey County, Mississippi$8,253,1805.8%64.6%
7Tallahatchie County, Mississippi$5,112,7513.6%68.3%
8Yazoo County, Mississippi$4,885,2903.5%71.7%
9Humphreys County, Mississippi$4,647,8213.3%75.0%
10Quitman County, Mississippi$4,270,2353.0%78.0%
11Issaquena County, Mississippi$4,073,0372.9%80.9%
12Holmes County, Mississippi$2,907,3782.1%82.9%
13Panola County, Mississippi$2,550,7991.8%84.7%
14Tunica County, Mississippi$1,977,5801.4%86.1%
15Lee County, Mississippi$1,826,8881.3%87.4%
16Marshall County, Mississippi$1,465,8011.0%88.5%
17Tate County, Mississippi$1,268,4160.9%89.4%
18Monroe County, Mississippi$1,192,4470.8%90.2%
19Union County, Mississippi$1,181,0710.8%91.0%
20Madison County, Mississippi$1,000,0620.7%91.7%
21Warren County, Mississippi$996,1480.7%92.4%
22Pontotoc County, Mississippi$955,7680.7%93.1%
23Noxubee County, Mississippi$893,6750.6%93.8%
24DeSoto County, Mississippi$862,5110.6%94.4%
25Chickasaw County, Mississippi$772,1350.5%94.9%
26Jefferson County, Mississippi$713,2580.5%95.4%
27Hinds County, Mississippi$571,7640.4%95.8%
28Calhoun County, Mississippi$560,2790.4%96.2%
29Rankin County, Mississippi$518,1990.4%96.6%
30Tippah County, Mississippi$471,0930.3%96.9%
31Benton County, Mississippi$424,5200.3%97.2%
32Prentiss County, Mississippi$341,2190.2%97.5%
33Adams County, Mississippi$329,5170.2%97.7%
34Claiborne County, Mississippi$327,2120.2%97.9%
35Newton County, Mississippi$316,8880.2%98.1%
36Webster County, Mississippi$262,8780.2%98.3%
37Lowndes County, Mississippi$260,8990.2%98.5%
38Itawamba County, Mississippi$256,2380.2%98.7%
39Alcorn County, Mississippi$248,6300.2%98.9%
40Attala County, Mississippi$204,7690.1%99.0%
41Scott County, Mississippi$195,5590.1%99.1%
42Lafayette County, Mississippi$147,2340.1%99.3%
43Clay County, Mississippi$122,6860.1%99.3%
44Walthall County, Mississippi$113,1180.1%99.4%
45Clarke County, Mississippi$108,8190.1%99.5%
46Simpson County, Mississippi$99,2080.1%99.6%
47Leake County, Mississippi$83,8800.1%99.6%
48Smith County, Mississippi$64,6180.0%99.7%
49Tishomingo County, Mississippi$53,7800.0%99.7%
50Lincoln County, Mississippi$49,8020.0%99.7%
51Pike County, Mississippi$49,0500.0%99.8%
52George County, Mississippi$44,4180.0%99.8%
53Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi$40,0000.0%99.8%
54Amite County, Mississippi$38,4920.0%99.9%
55Covington County, Mississippi$34,7000.0%99.9%
56Yalobusha County, Mississippi$33,6060.0%99.9%
57Marion County, Mississippi$29,4340.0%99.9%
58Franklin County, Mississippi$28,7720.0%100.0%
59Grenada County, Mississippi$25,6920.0%100.0%
60Lauderdale County, Mississippi$9,6860.0%100.0%
61Montgomery County, Mississippi$7,5960.0%100.0%
62Oktibbeha County, Mississippi$7,4700.0%100.0%
63Jones County, Mississippi$4,6880.0%100.0%
64Pearl River County, Mississippi$4,3340.0%100.0%
65Forrest County, Mississippi$1,1120.0%100.0%
66Harrison County, Mississippi$8900.0%100.0%
67Neshoba County, Mississippi$8080.0%100.0%
68Hancock County, Mississippi$6460.0%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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