Commodity subsidies in New Mexico totaled $680 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$189,163,87027.8%27.8%
2Roosevelt County, New Mexico$128,043,38118.8%46.7%
3Lea County, New Mexico$62,611,8319.2%55.9%
4Chaves County, New Mexico$55,533,8228.2%64.0%
5Quay County, New Mexico$45,238,6066.7%70.7%
6Dona Ana County, New Mexico$36,845,4855.4%76.1%
7Union County, New Mexico$35,114,9235.2%81.3%
8Luna County, New Mexico$28,603,4154.2%85.5%
9Eddy County, New Mexico$24,918,7833.7%89.2%
10San Juan County, New Mexico$24,680,1253.6%92.8%
11Hidalgo County, New Mexico$17,318,2982.5%95.3%
12Torrance County, New Mexico$9,236,9181.4%96.7%
13Santa Fe County, New Mexico$2,852,7690.4%97.1%
14DeBaca County, New Mexico$2,464,9430.4%97.5%
15Socorro County, New Mexico$2,226,0370.3%97.8%
16Valencia County, New Mexico$2,090,4390.3%98.1%
17Harding County, New Mexico$1,722,9700.3%98.4%
18Lincoln County, New Mexico$1,590,2100.2%98.6%
19Sierra County, New Mexico$1,440,6610.2%98.8%
20Bernalillo County, New Mexico$1,298,1710.2%99.0%
21Otero County, New Mexico$1,262,4970.2%99.2%
22Catron County, New Mexico$1,167,6690.2%99.4%
23Colfax County, New Mexico$1,141,1310.2%99.5%
24McKinley County, New Mexico$970,1590.1%99.7%
25Guadalupe County, New Mexico$749,3410.1%99.8%
26Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$613,4520.1%99.9%
27Sandoval County, New Mexico$344,2850.1%99.9%
28Taos County, New Mexico$293,6090.0%100.0%
29San Miguel County, New Mexico$136,1100.0%100.0%
30Cibola County, New Mexico$103,4840.0%100.0%
31Mora County, New Mexico$47,7200.0%100.0%
32Grant County, New Mexico$2,6770.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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