Commodity subsidies in New Mexico totaled $35.5 million in 2016

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Commodity Payments, 2016

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$12,569,23935.4%35.4%
2Roosevelt County, New Mexico$5,952,80616.8%52.2%
3Lea County, New Mexico$4,282,07012.1%64.3%
4Chaves County, New Mexico$2,772,3917.8%72.1%
5Quay County, New Mexico$2,504,3137.1%79.2%
6San Juan County, New Mexico$2,279,6916.4%85.6%
7Dona Ana County, New Mexico$1,012,5912.9%88.5%
8Torrance County, New Mexico$823,1202.3%90.8%
9Union County, New Mexico$775,8122.2%93.0%
10Luna County, New Mexico$597,4131.7%94.7%
11Eddy County, New Mexico$508,5791.4%96.1%
12Catron County, New Mexico$424,1851.2%97.3%
13Hidalgo County, New Mexico$270,7390.8%98.0%
14Lincoln County, New Mexico$145,7010.4%98.5%
15DeBaca County, New Mexico$132,8840.4%98.8%
16Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$79,0340.2%99.1%
17Harding County, New Mexico$78,1090.2%99.3%
18Colfax County, New Mexico$54,0950.2%99.4%
19Socorro County, New Mexico$42,0160.1%99.5%
20Sierra County, New Mexico$40,0060.1%99.7%
21Guadalupe County, New Mexico$39,4110.1%99.8%
22Otero County, New Mexico$28,7780.1%99.9%
23Santa Fe County, New Mexico$18,1110.1%99.9%
24McKinley County, New Mexico$17,7160.0%100.0%
25Valencia County, New Mexico$8,4590.0%100.0%
26Taos County, New Mexico$4,7330.0%100.0%
27Cibola County, New Mexico$1,8320.0%100.0%
28Grant County, New Mexico$1,4090.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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