Dairy Program Subsidies in North Carolina totaled $2.8 million in 2018

Counties in North Carolina Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2018

Rank County Dairy Program Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iredell County, North Carolina$566,22220.3%20.3%
2Randolph County, North Carolina$203,8977.3%27.7%
3Alexander County, North Carolina$155,7235.6%33.3%
4Haywood County, North Carolina$154,9335.6%38.8%
5Guilford County, North Carolina$136,4204.9%43.7%
6Alleghany County, North Carolina$130,8304.7%48.4%
7Rowan County, North Carolina$123,6944.4%52.9%
8Davidson County, North Carolina$122,0554.4%57.3%
9Lincoln County, North Carolina$105,6863.8%61.1%
10Buncombe County, North Carolina$102,7163.7%64.8%
11Alamance County, North Carolina$97,8653.5%68.3%
12Chatham County, North Carolina$96,7903.5%71.8%
13Wilkes County, North Carolina$84,6983.0%74.8%
14Catawba County, North Carolina$72,2822.6%77.4%
15Yadkin County, North Carolina$68,2372.5%79.9%
16Cabarrus County, North Carolina$68,0982.4%82.3%
17Gaston County, North Carolina$67,7182.4%84.7%
18Caswell County, North Carolina$52,9281.9%86.6%
19Cleveland County, North Carolina$48,2181.7%88.4%
20Rockingham County, North Carolina$41,7771.5%89.9%
21Anson County, North Carolina$41,0561.5%91.4%
22Person County, North Carolina$34,7781.2%92.6%
23Davie County, North Carolina$30,9221.1%93.7%
24Granville County, North Carolina$30,5181.1%94.8%
25Stanly County, North Carolina$28,3481.0%95.8%
26Henderson County, North Carolina$27,1481.0%96.8%
27Greene County, North Carolina$17,0510.6%97.4%
28McDowell County, North Carolina$16,9150.6%98.0%
29Forsyth County, North Carolina$16,0130.6%98.6%
30Orange County, North Carolina$12,2190.4%99.0%
31Cherokee County, North Carolina$11,0420.4%99.4%
32Ashe County, North Carolina$8,8230.3%99.8%
33Yancey County, North Carolina$4,6290.2%99.9%
34Watauga County, North Carolina$2,2050.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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