Livestock Subsidies in New Mexico totaled $15.4 million in 2019

Counties in New Mexico Receiving livestock subsidies, 2019

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
Pct of
1Chaves County, New Mexico$3,101,08120.1%20.1%
2Curry County, New Mexico$2,223,89014.4%34.5%
3Roosevelt County, New Mexico$1,592,58810.3%44.9%
4Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$897,1115.8%50.7%
5Catron County, New Mexico$779,4935.1%55.7%
6Dona Ana County, New Mexico$677,6624.4%60.1%
7Socorro County, New Mexico$635,1394.1%64.3%
8Colfax County, New Mexico$536,1803.5%67.7%
9Eddy County, New Mexico$477,6863.1%70.8%
10Otero County, New Mexico$416,1732.7%73.5%
11Sandoval County, New Mexico$383,5162.5%76.0%
12Lea County, New Mexico$382,8512.5%78.5%
13Union County, New Mexico$350,2522.3%80.8%
14Valencia County, New Mexico$315,6092.0%82.8%
15San Miguel County, New Mexico$314,9342.0%84.9%
16San Juan County, New Mexico$272,2251.8%86.6%
17Guadalupe County, New Mexico$231,5121.5%88.1%
18Cibola County, New Mexico$227,0591.5%89.6%
19Quay County, New Mexico$222,4851.4%91.0%
20Sierra County, New Mexico$220,3791.4%92.5%
21McKinley County, New Mexico$219,4021.4%93.9%
22Lincoln County, New Mexico$208,0611.3%95.2%
23Mora County, New Mexico$206,7901.3%96.6%
24Taos County, New Mexico$162,4191.1%97.6%
25Torrance County, New Mexico$108,2160.7%98.3%
26Luna County, New Mexico$89,5640.6%98.9%
27Bernalillo County, New Mexico$76,1530.5%99.4%
28Santa Fe County, New Mexico$53,6220.3%99.8%
29Harding County, New Mexico$13,4840.1%99.9%
30DeBaca County, New Mexico$8,0040.1%99.9%
31Grant County, New Mexico$7,6890.0%100.0%
32Hidalgo County, New Mexico$6,8800.0%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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