Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Pennsylvania totaled $90.2 million in 2019

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2019

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$9,075,60110.1%10.1%
2York County, Pennsylvania$6,240,4556.9%17.0%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$5,108,0285.7%22.7%
4Franklin County, Pennsylvania$4,458,1874.9%27.6%
5Chester County, Pennsylvania$3,302,6903.7%31.3%
6Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$3,241,8283.6%34.9%
7Mercer County, Pennsylvania$2,961,1043.3%38.1%
8Adams County, Pennsylvania$2,953,0283.3%41.4%
9Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$2,833,1933.1%44.6%
10Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$2,546,4142.8%47.4%
11Northampton County, Pennsylvania$2,395,5252.7%50.0%
12Crawford County, Pennsylvania$2,317,3992.6%52.6%
13Indiana County, Pennsylvania$2,187,1382.4%55.0%
14Columbia County, Pennsylvania$2,160,8532.4%57.4%
15Centre County, Pennsylvania$2,132,7882.4%59.8%
16Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$2,111,2582.3%62.1%
17Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$2,024,9012.2%64.4%
18Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,976,5972.2%66.6%
19Erie County, Pennsylvania$1,758,9992.0%68.5%
20Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,672,5781.9%70.4%
21Perry County, Pennsylvania$1,590,1521.8%72.1%
22Snyder County, Pennsylvania$1,442,6041.6%73.7%
23Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,416,6631.6%75.3%
24Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$1,367,4591.5%76.8%
25Bucks County, Pennsylvania$1,297,9141.4%78.3%
26Bradford County, Pennsylvania$1,283,3821.4%79.7%
27Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,280,8941.4%81.1%
28Butler County, Pennsylvania$1,225,8141.4%82.5%
29Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,210,0051.3%83.8%
30Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$1,191,7271.3%85.1%
31Juniata County, Pennsylvania$1,136,6621.3%86.4%
32Union County, Pennsylvania$1,108,5801.2%87.6%
33Cambria County, Pennsylvania$1,072,1291.2%88.8%
34Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$996,2591.1%89.9%
35Bedford County, Pennsylvania$951,0241.1%91.0%
36Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$904,2401.0%92.0%
37Clinton County, Pennsylvania$786,5780.9%92.9%
38Montour County, Pennsylvania$652,2620.7%93.6%
39Fayette County, Pennsylvania$534,4010.6%94.2%
40Fulton County, Pennsylvania$482,9120.5%94.7%
41Clarion County, Pennsylvania$463,1730.5%95.2%
42Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$438,6600.5%95.7%
43Tioga County, Pennsylvania$411,9520.5%96.2%
44Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$407,5610.5%96.6%
45Venango County, Pennsylvania$386,1440.4%97.0%
46Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$367,4150.4%97.5%
47Beaver County, Pennsylvania$279,3270.3%97.8%
48Potter County, Pennsylvania$268,2290.3%98.1%
49Warren County, Pennsylvania$235,3420.3%98.3%
50Washington County, Pennsylvania$229,3430.3%98.6%
51Monroe County, Pennsylvania$227,7950.3%98.8%
52Carbon County, Pennsylvania$216,8270.2%99.1%
53Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$184,2580.2%99.3%
54Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$180,7600.2%99.5%
55Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$110,8630.1%99.6%
56Wayne County, Pennsylvania$99,0480.1%99.7%
57Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$59,7450.1%99.8%
58Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$51,2480.1%99.8%
59McKean County, Pennsylvania$38,4600.0%99.9%
60Elk County, Pennsylvania$36,5000.0%99.9%
61Forest County, Pennsylvania$29,2630.0%99.9%
62Greene County, Pennsylvania$19,9770.0%100.0%
63Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$18,5580.0%100.0%
64Delaware County, Pennsylvania$10,9590.0%100.0%
65Cameron County, Pennsylvania$1,4670.0%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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