Oat Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $7.1 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving oat subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Oat Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cambria County, Pennsylvania$576,1778.1%8.1%
2Somerset County, Pennsylvania$416,3415.8%13.9%
3Crawford County, Pennsylvania$409,5145.8%19.7%
4Indiana County, Pennsylvania$406,5175.7%25.4%
5Erie County, Pennsylvania$350,0794.9%30.3%
6Mercer County, Pennsylvania$329,9094.6%34.9%
7Butler County, Pennsylvania$309,9644.4%39.3%
8Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$263,4783.7%43.0%
9Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$229,5013.2%46.2%
10Clarion County, Pennsylvania$227,1463.2%49.4%
11Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$214,9623.0%52.4%
12Bedford County, Pennsylvania$189,1672.7%55.1%
13Columbia County, Pennsylvania$154,9892.2%57.3%
14Centre County, Pennsylvania$148,6402.1%59.3%
15Perry County, Pennsylvania$144,9212.0%61.4%
16Bradford County, Pennsylvania$144,1602.0%63.4%
17Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$131,7281.8%65.3%
18Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$124,3811.7%67.0%
19Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$122,7641.7%68.7%
20Fulton County, Pennsylvania$119,7721.7%70.4%
21Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$118,4631.7%72.1%
22Tioga County, Pennsylvania$113,9611.6%73.7%
23Carbon County, Pennsylvania$110,3801.5%75.2%
24Berks County, Pennsylvania$103,2191.4%76.7%
25Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$98,0721.4%78.0%
26Juniata County, Pennsylvania$96,1061.3%79.4%
27Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$95,5291.3%80.7%
28Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$94,7691.3%82.1%
29Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$88,8771.2%83.3%
30Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$79,5511.1%84.4%
31Northampton County, Pennsylvania$77,5211.1%85.5%
32Washington County, Pennsylvania$71,9761.0%86.5%
33Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$70,7741.0%87.5%
34Venango County, Pennsylvania$69,7641.0%88.5%
35Potter County, Pennsylvania$69,4191.0%89.5%
36York County, Pennsylvania$64,2750.9%90.4%
37Snyder County, Pennsylvania$56,6430.8%91.2%
38Monroe County, Pennsylvania$54,4670.8%91.9%
39Fayette County, Pennsylvania$52,2890.7%92.7%
40Blair County, Pennsylvania$43,0870.6%93.3%
41Montour County, Pennsylvania$42,9300.6%93.9%
42Adams County, Pennsylvania$42,8020.6%94.5%
43Franklin County, Pennsylvania$42,3560.6%95.1%
44Warren County, Pennsylvania$39,1980.6%95.6%
45Beaver County, Pennsylvania$34,3660.5%96.1%
46Union County, Pennsylvania$28,0980.4%96.5%
47Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$27,1370.4%96.9%
48Bucks County, Pennsylvania$25,7810.4%97.3%
49Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$23,9580.3%97.6%
50McKean County, Pennsylvania$23,4850.3%97.9%
51Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$23,0630.3%98.2%
52Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$22,3060.3%98.6%
53Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$15,4570.2%98.8%
54Clinton County, Pennsylvania$14,4490.2%99.0%
55Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$13,3640.2%99.2%
56Elk County, Pennsylvania$13,2510.2%99.3%
57Forest County, Pennsylvania$10,6770.1%99.5%
58Chester County, Pennsylvania$9,1610.1%99.6%
59Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$6,9530.1%99.7%
60Greene County, Pennsylvania$5,4640.1%99.8%
61Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$5,0840.1%99.9%
62Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$4,4470.1%99.9%
63Cameron County, Pennsylvania$3,5840.1%100.0%
64Pike County, Pennsylvania$4170.0%100.0%
65Wayne County, Pennsylvania$3270.0%100.0%
66Delaware County, Pennsylvania$2150.0%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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