Commodity subsidies in New Mexico totaled $35.8 million in 2017

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Commodity Payments, 2017

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$14,007,09639.1%39.1%
2Roosevelt County, New Mexico$5,973,99816.7%55.8%
3Quay County, New Mexico$4,238,44811.8%67.6%
4Lea County, New Mexico$2,855,3948.0%75.6%
5Union County, New Mexico$2,156,4876.0%81.6%
6San Juan County, New Mexico$2,085,7765.8%87.5%
7Luna County, New Mexico$728,9522.0%89.5%
8Chaves County, New Mexico$694,0641.9%91.4%
9Dona Ana County, New Mexico$671,7731.9%93.3%
10Hidalgo County, New Mexico$619,4171.7%95.0%
11Catron County, New Mexico$485,6931.4%96.4%
12Torrance County, New Mexico$475,4241.3%97.7%
13DeBaca County, New Mexico$190,6330.5%98.2%
14Harding County, New Mexico$163,1130.5%98.7%
15Colfax County, New Mexico$153,5170.4%99.1%
16McKinley County, New Mexico$124,9470.3%99.5%
17Eddy County, New Mexico$105,6600.3%99.8%
18Sierra County, New Mexico$44,0140.1%99.9%
19Santa Fe County, New Mexico$22,7390.1%100.0%
20Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$10,7920.0%100.0%
21Taos County, New Mexico$6,5990.0%100.0%
22Bernalillo County, New Mexico$1,5000.0%100.0%
23Sandoval County, New Mexico$1,4230.0%100.0%
24Grant County, New Mexico$7500.0%100.0%
25Guadalupe County, New Mexico$-7,576-0.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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