Livestock Subsidies in New Mexico totaled $21.4 million in 2018

Counties in New Mexico Receiving livestock subsidies, 2018

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Chaves County, New Mexico$2,164,88110.1%10.1%
2Torrance County, New Mexico$1,905,9558.9%19.0%
3Union County, New Mexico$1,789,1378.4%27.4%
4Quay County, New Mexico$1,174,5815.5%32.9%
5Grant County, New Mexico$1,135,6915.3%38.2%
6DeBaca County, New Mexico$1,060,9465.0%43.2%
7Lea County, New Mexico$1,037,3714.9%48.1%
8Eddy County, New Mexico$931,6904.4%52.4%
9Guadalupe County, New Mexico$827,3613.9%56.3%
10Harding County, New Mexico$816,4753.8%60.1%
11Lincoln County, New Mexico$805,2823.8%63.9%
12Colfax County, New Mexico$715,4643.3%67.2%
13Catron County, New Mexico$702,9223.3%70.5%
14Roosevelt County, New Mexico$702,7363.3%73.8%
15Sierra County, New Mexico$657,0333.1%76.9%
16Socorro County, New Mexico$612,4762.9%79.7%
17Sandoval County, New Mexico$574,4352.7%82.4%
18San Miguel County, New Mexico$531,9842.5%84.9%
19Otero County, New Mexico$476,9732.2%87.1%
20Mora County, New Mexico$394,7361.8%89.0%
21San Juan County, New Mexico$392,2961.8%90.8%
22Curry County, New Mexico$390,7261.8%92.7%
23Cibola County, New Mexico$370,3171.7%94.4%
24McKinley County, New Mexico$306,9981.4%95.8%
25Luna County, New Mexico$232,3421.1%96.9%
26Dona Ana County, New Mexico$216,1941.0%97.9%
27Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$152,6100.7%98.6%
28Hidalgo County, New Mexico$135,0730.6%99.3%
29Valencia County, New Mexico$104,0250.5%99.8%
30Bernalillo County, New Mexico$29,4690.1%99.9%
31Taos County, New Mexico$15,3410.1%100.0%
32Santa Fe County, New Mexico$6,5760.0%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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