Sorghum Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $2.1 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving sorghum subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Sorghum Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Adams County, Pennsylvania$267,97312.9%12.9%
2Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$239,95311.6%24.5%
3Bucks County, Pennsylvania$199,6669.6%34.2%
4Franklin County, Pennsylvania$142,6856.9%41.0%
5Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$114,0965.5%46.6%
6Fulton County, Pennsylvania$111,5935.4%51.9%
7Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$99,7584.8%56.8%
8Berks County, Pennsylvania$95,3444.6%61.4%
9Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$92,8524.5%65.8%
10Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$79,7513.8%69.7%
11Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$76,1723.7%73.4%
12Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$58,4232.8%76.2%
13York County, Pennsylvania$52,5812.5%78.7%
14Northampton County, Pennsylvania$42,8982.1%80.8%
15Carbon County, Pennsylvania$33,8961.6%82.4%
16Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$33,2161.6%84.0%
17Indiana County, Pennsylvania$31,4751.5%85.6%
18Chester County, Pennsylvania$26,2231.3%86.8%
19Bedford County, Pennsylvania$25,6011.2%88.1%
20Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$23,6021.1%89.2%
21Bradford County, Pennsylvania$15,7030.8%90.0%
22Centre County, Pennsylvania$15,3950.7%90.7%
23Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$14,3960.7%91.4%
24Juniata County, Pennsylvania$13,4950.7%92.0%
25Fayette County, Pennsylvania$13,1430.6%92.7%
26Columbia County, Pennsylvania$12,3800.6%93.3%
27Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$12,1810.6%93.9%
28Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$12,0850.6%94.4%
29Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$11,0880.5%95.0%
30Monroe County, Pennsylvania$10,9320.5%95.5%
31Montour County, Pennsylvania$8,5370.4%95.9%
32Blair County, Pennsylvania$7,8500.4%96.3%
33Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$6,5450.3%96.6%
34Union County, Pennsylvania$6,5180.3%96.9%
35Cambria County, Pennsylvania$6,2550.3%97.2%
36Perry County, Pennsylvania$5,8150.3%97.5%
37Potter County, Pennsylvania$5,5560.3%97.8%
38Snyder County, Pennsylvania$4,8680.2%98.0%
39Beaver County, Pennsylvania$4,7720.2%98.2%
40Venango County, Pennsylvania$4,0800.2%98.4%
41Washington County, Pennsylvania$4,0160.2%98.6%
42Butler County, Pennsylvania$3,1600.2%98.8%
43Crawford County, Pennsylvania$3,1090.2%98.9%
44Somerset County, Pennsylvania$2,7780.1%99.1%
45Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$2,7220.1%99.2%
46Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$1,9580.1%99.3%
47Clinton County, Pennsylvania$1,8610.1%99.4%
48Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$1,8330.1%99.5%
49Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$1,7920.1%99.6%
50Erie County, Pennsylvania$1,5920.1%99.6%
51Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$1,4660.1%99.7%
52Wayne County, Pennsylvania$1,3900.1%99.8%
53Tioga County, Pennsylvania$1,1480.1%99.8%
54Delaware County, Pennsylvania$7030.0%99.9%
55McKean County, Pennsylvania$5920.0%99.9%
56Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$5770.0%99.9%
57Mercer County, Pennsylvania$5590.0%100.0%
58Warren County, Pennsylvania$3270.0%100.0%
59Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$3090.0%100.0%
60Elk County, Pennsylvania$2550.0%100.0%
61Clarion County, Pennsylvania$1110.0%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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