Wheat Subsidies in New Mexico totaled $246 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in New Mexico Receiving wheat subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Wheat Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$112,285,63045.6%45.6%
2Roosevelt County, New Mexico$46,951,52919.0%64.6%
3Quay County, New Mexico$46,329,69518.8%83.4%
4Union County, New Mexico$16,269,7246.6%90.0%
5Lea County, New Mexico$6,332,8552.6%92.6%
6San Juan County, New Mexico$3,959,1271.6%94.2%
7Luna County, New Mexico$2,779,3461.1%95.3%
8Dona Ana County, New Mexico$2,754,1421.1%96.4%
9Hidalgo County, New Mexico$1,984,0180.8%97.2%
10Chaves County, New Mexico$1,569,1250.6%97.9%
11Harding County, New Mexico$1,004,2840.4%98.3%
12Colfax County, New Mexico$974,4570.4%98.7%
13DeBaca County, New Mexico$939,6510.4%99.1%
14Torrance County, New Mexico$825,3340.3%99.4%
15Eddy County, New Mexico$461,4580.2%99.6%
16Santa Fe County, New Mexico$339,2640.1%99.7%
17Sierra County, New Mexico$311,3900.1%99.8%
18Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$208,3540.1%99.9%
19San Miguel County, New Mexico$56,4840.0%99.9%
20Taos County, New Mexico$54,2090.0%100.0%
21Guadalupe County, New Mexico$45,1710.0%100.0%
22Otero County, New Mexico$15,8520.0%100.0%
23Mora County, New Mexico$8,7070.0%100.0%
24Cibola County, New Mexico$2,6230.0%100.0%
25Socorro County, New Mexico$2,1840.0%100.0%
26Valencia County, New Mexico$1,2870.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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