Livestock Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $49.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$6,475,24613.0%13.0%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$2,882,1705.8%18.8%
3Bradford County, Pennsylvania$2,524,1335.1%23.9%
4Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$2,300,7494.6%28.6%
5Berks County, Pennsylvania$2,142,3494.3%32.9%
6Union County, Pennsylvania$1,577,2813.2%36.1%
7Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,365,9972.8%38.8%
8Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,244,9192.5%41.3%
9Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,197,7702.4%43.7%
10Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,181,4192.4%46.1%
11Bedford County, Pennsylvania$1,112,9292.2%48.4%
12Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,104,5762.2%50.6%
13Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$1,049,8772.1%52.7%
14Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,034,0222.1%54.8%
15Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,033,4622.1%56.9%
16Tioga County, Pennsylvania$1,025,7722.1%58.9%
17Washington County, Pennsylvania$917,0051.8%60.8%
18Perry County, Pennsylvania$912,8431.8%62.6%
19Chester County, Pennsylvania$909,3211.8%64.4%
20Centre County, Pennsylvania$904,1851.8%66.3%
21York County, Pennsylvania$833,8721.7%67.9%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$770,0271.6%69.5%
23Juniata County, Pennsylvania$753,7761.5%71.0%
24Adams County, Pennsylvania$738,9511.5%72.5%
25Potter County, Pennsylvania$718,0141.4%73.9%
26Snyder County, Pennsylvania$706,5661.4%75.4%
27Columbia County, Pennsylvania$691,9741.4%76.8%
28Wayne County, Pennsylvania$661,3011.3%78.1%
29Erie County, Pennsylvania$621,7851.3%79.3%
30Fulton County, Pennsylvania$611,7981.2%80.6%
31Butler County, Pennsylvania$603,5401.2%81.8%
32Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$584,9581.2%83.0%
33Indiana County, Pennsylvania$572,2651.2%84.1%
34Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$527,9731.1%85.2%
35Fayette County, Pennsylvania$524,6371.1%86.2%
36Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$493,1511.0%87.2%
37Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$458,8060.9%88.2%
38Crawford County, Pennsylvania$432,7990.9%89.0%
39Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$425,5270.9%89.9%
40Clinton County, Pennsylvania$417,3690.8%90.7%
41Greene County, Pennsylvania$413,5660.8%91.6%
42Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$374,9340.8%92.3%
43Clarion County, Pennsylvania$369,5060.7%93.1%
44Warren County, Pennsylvania$348,5090.7%93.8%
45Cambria County, Pennsylvania$309,4340.6%94.4%
46Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$273,2630.6%94.9%
47McKean County, Pennsylvania$266,3760.5%95.5%
48Northampton County, Pennsylvania$252,9500.5%96.0%
49Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$226,6450.5%96.4%
50Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$221,4850.4%96.9%
51Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$214,4710.4%97.3%
52Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$214,0450.4%97.8%
53Beaver County, Pennsylvania$187,6590.4%98.1%
54Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$170,0460.3%98.5%
55Bucks County, Pennsylvania$165,2300.3%98.8%
56Venango County, Pennsylvania$163,1200.3%99.1%
57Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$150,1950.3%99.4%
58Montour County, Pennsylvania$85,6750.2%99.6%
59Elk County, Pennsylvania$56,3520.1%99.7%
60Carbon County, Pennsylvania$44,8850.1%99.8%
61Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$29,2670.1%99.9%
62Monroe County, Pennsylvania$19,4260.0%99.9%
63Forest County, Pennsylvania$19,2360.0%100.0%
64Cameron County, Pennsylvania$17,1100.0%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 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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