Corn Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $50.6 million in 2017

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving corn subsidies, 2017

Rank County Corn Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$3,885,3527.7%7.7%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$3,361,2876.6%14.3%
3Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$3,140,6236.2%20.5%
4Berks County, Pennsylvania$2,187,4704.3%24.9%
5Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,873,9413.7%28.6%
6Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,841,6463.6%32.2%
7Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,769,2063.5%35.7%
8Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,551,7133.1%38.8%
9Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,479,2332.9%41.7%
10Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,449,6902.9%44.6%
11Adams County, Pennsylvania$1,402,8552.8%47.4%
12Northampton County, Pennsylvania$1,402,4842.8%50.1%
13Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,377,7352.7%52.9%
14Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,359,8752.7%55.5%
15Bedford County, Pennsylvania$1,322,6292.6%58.2%
16Indiana County, Pennsylvania$1,243,6972.5%60.6%
17Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$1,052,6082.1%62.7%
18Columbia County, Pennsylvania$1,006,4742.0%64.7%
19Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$945,1671.9%66.6%
20Butler County, Pennsylvania$915,2911.8%68.4%
21Bradford County, Pennsylvania$914,6481.8%70.2%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$888,0151.8%71.9%
23Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$853,5141.7%73.6%
24Perry County, Pennsylvania$826,5971.6%75.3%
25Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$819,8381.6%76.9%
26Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$757,1561.5%78.4%
27Somerset County, Pennsylvania$744,1671.5%79.9%
28Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$728,6021.4%81.3%
29Crawford County, Pennsylvania$656,0231.3%82.6%
30Cambria County, Pennsylvania$647,3171.3%83.9%
31Clarion County, Pennsylvania$628,1591.2%85.1%
32Juniata County, Pennsylvania$601,2231.2%86.3%
33Snyder County, Pennsylvania$522,6781.0%87.3%
34Fayette County, Pennsylvania$511,8181.0%88.4%
35Fulton County, Pennsylvania$502,2501.0%89.3%
36Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$480,6741.0%90.3%
37Union County, Pennsylvania$436,3660.9%91.2%
38Bucks County, Pennsylvania$422,0080.8%92.0%
39Tioga County, Pennsylvania$417,3370.8%92.8%
40Erie County, Pennsylvania$412,4420.8%93.6%
41Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$397,1570.8%94.4%
42Montour County, Pennsylvania$391,6070.8%95.2%
43Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$390,3140.8%96.0%
44Clinton County, Pennsylvania$304,3310.6%96.6%
45Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$261,6750.5%97.1%
46Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$206,0680.4%97.5%
47Potter County, Pennsylvania$178,2400.4%97.9%
48Beaver County, Pennsylvania$174,3060.3%98.2%
49Washington County, Pennsylvania$145,3120.3%98.5%
50Monroe County, Pennsylvania$119,3580.2%98.7%
51Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$116,3040.2%99.0%
52Venango County, Pennsylvania$108,1880.2%99.2%
53Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$77,3520.2%99.3%
54Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$67,1430.1%99.4%
55McKean County, Pennsylvania$42,9510.1%99.5%
56Wayne County, Pennsylvania$41,9550.1%99.6%
57Delaware County, Pennsylvania$36,3470.1%99.7%
58Pike County, Pennsylvania$33,4190.1%99.8%
59Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$31,1240.1%99.8%
60Greene County, Pennsylvania$24,2250.0%99.9%
61Carbon County, Pennsylvania$23,0910.0%99.9%
62Elk County, Pennsylvania$16,6030.0%99.9%
63Forest County, Pennsylvania$12,6230.0%100.0%
64Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$8,6650.0%100.0%
65Cameron County, Pennsylvania$7,1090.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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