Livestock Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $33.7 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$3,093,3949.2%9.2%
2Bradford County, Pennsylvania$2,037,0046.0%15.2%
3Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$1,863,8385.5%20.7%
4Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,832,0245.4%26.2%
5Union County, Pennsylvania$1,267,8953.8%29.9%
6Berks County, Pennsylvania$1,164,2723.5%33.4%
7Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$887,4662.6%36.0%
8Somerset County, Pennsylvania$880,6572.6%38.6%
9Washington County, Pennsylvania$863,4162.6%41.2%
10Bedford County, Pennsylvania$847,4082.5%43.7%
11Mercer County, Pennsylvania$826,2462.4%46.1%
12Tioga County, Pennsylvania$799,9832.4%48.5%
13Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$727,0792.2%50.7%
14Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$726,5902.2%52.8%
15Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$717,9602.1%55.0%
16York County, Pennsylvania$678,4972.0%57.0%
17Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$618,6961.8%58.8%
18Centre County, Pennsylvania$574,5081.7%60.5%
19Perry County, Pennsylvania$566,3411.7%62.2%
20Blair County, Pennsylvania$563,1711.7%63.9%
21Wayne County, Pennsylvania$555,8501.6%65.5%
22Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$545,4111.6%67.1%
23Potter County, Pennsylvania$538,4061.6%68.7%
24Chester County, Pennsylvania$532,2811.6%70.3%
25Butler County, Pennsylvania$518,1661.5%71.8%
26Erie County, Pennsylvania$499,6151.5%73.3%
27Snyder County, Pennsylvania$485,2281.4%74.7%
28Fulton County, Pennsylvania$450,3861.3%76.1%
29Fayette County, Pennsylvania$435,5261.3%77.4%
30Juniata County, Pennsylvania$429,5991.3%78.6%
31Adams County, Pennsylvania$425,2911.3%79.9%
32Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$420,0891.2%81.2%
33Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$416,6301.2%82.4%
34Greene County, Pennsylvania$406,0381.2%83.6%
35Indiana County, Pennsylvania$391,0351.2%84.8%
36Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$385,2851.1%85.9%
37Columbia County, Pennsylvania$341,9971.0%86.9%
38Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$340,9201.0%87.9%
39Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$324,1201.0%88.9%
40Clarion County, Pennsylvania$317,2770.9%89.8%
41Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$300,1410.9%90.7%
42McKean County, Pennsylvania$245,9150.7%91.4%
43Warren County, Pennsylvania$220,6620.7%92.1%
44Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$215,1930.6%92.7%
45Clinton County, Pennsylvania$214,6710.6%93.4%
46Northampton County, Pennsylvania$214,0350.6%94.0%
47Cambria County, Pennsylvania$204,8260.6%94.6%
48Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$200,9680.6%95.2%
49Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$188,0510.6%95.8%
50Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$183,6520.5%96.3%
51Crawford County, Pennsylvania$176,0180.5%96.8%
52Beaver County, Pennsylvania$166,3400.5%97.3%
53Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$151,6260.4%97.8%
54Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$147,2200.4%98.2%
55Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$133,3060.4%98.6%
56Bucks County, Pennsylvania$117,6340.3%99.0%
57Venango County, Pennsylvania$114,1810.3%99.3%
58Montour County, Pennsylvania$77,8740.2%99.5%
59Elk County, Pennsylvania$43,8080.1%99.7%
60Carbon County, Pennsylvania$31,9030.1%99.7%
61Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$29,2670.1%99.8%
62Monroe County, Pennsylvania$19,4260.1%99.9%
63Cameron County, Pennsylvania$17,1100.1%99.9%
64Forest County, Pennsylvania$13,2320.0%100.0%
65Pike County, Pennsylvania$3,4220.0%100.0%
66Delaware County, Pennsylvania$2,9240.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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