Total Market Facilitation Program payments in New Mexico totaled $50.9 million from 2018-2020‡.

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
Pct of
1Curry County, New Mexico$13,170,38025.9%25.9%
2Chaves County, New Mexico$7,963,70415.6%41.5%
3Dona Ana County, New Mexico$7,831,44515.4%56.9%
4Roosevelt County, New Mexico$6,519,69512.8%69.7%
5Lea County, New Mexico$4,775,5049.4%79.0%
6Quay County, New Mexico$2,285,6864.5%83.5%
7Eddy County, New Mexico$1,740,1123.4%86.9%
8Luna County, New Mexico$1,435,9482.8%89.8%
9San Juan County, New Mexico$944,4381.9%91.6%
10Hidalgo County, New Mexico$817,4721.6%93.2%
11Socorro County, New Mexico$786,7801.5%94.8%
12Union County, New Mexico$733,3371.4%96.2%
13Valencia County, New Mexico$710,1341.4%97.6%
14Torrance County, New Mexico$412,8430.8%98.4%
15Otero County, New Mexico$271,6740.5%98.9%
16Sierra County, New Mexico$224,6830.4%99.4%
17Bernalillo County, New Mexico$171,1420.3%99.7%
18Colfax County, New Mexico$40,4690.1%99.8%
19DeBaca County, New Mexico$37,3540.1%99.9%
20Harding County, New Mexico$27,8330.1%99.9%
21Santa Fe County, New Mexico$19,5040.0%100.0%
22San Miguel County, New Mexico$7,8430.0%100.0%
23Grant County, New Mexico$6,6330.0%100.0%
24Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$3,0750.0%100.0%
25Sandoval County, New Mexico$1260.0%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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