Total Margin Protection Program - Dairy payments in Pennsylvania totaled $22.3 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Total Margin Protection Program - Dairy payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Margin Protection Program - Dairy
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$2,612,06211.7%11.7%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,804,7308.1%19.8%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$1,446,8906.5%26.3%
4Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$985,1734.4%30.7%
5Bradford County, Pennsylvania$879,6303.9%34.6%
6Blair County, Pennsylvania$806,4603.6%38.3%
7Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$774,4723.5%41.7%
8Bedford County, Pennsylvania$644,3372.9%44.6%
9Somerset County, Pennsylvania$640,0032.9%47.5%
10Crawford County, Pennsylvania$575,0882.6%50.1%
11Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$566,5152.5%52.6%
12Perry County, Pennsylvania$559,4112.5%55.1%
13Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$525,3262.4%57.5%
14Chester County, Pennsylvania$514,3762.3%59.8%
15Mercer County, Pennsylvania$495,7272.2%62.0%
16Juniata County, Pennsylvania$485,5752.2%64.2%
17Tioga County, Pennsylvania$467,5752.1%66.3%
18Indiana County, Pennsylvania$422,4341.9%68.2%
19Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$414,2731.9%70.0%
20Centre County, Pennsylvania$405,7581.8%71.8%
21Snyder County, Pennsylvania$334,9851.5%73.3%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$332,7581.5%74.8%
23Adams County, Pennsylvania$291,0141.3%76.1%
24Fulton County, Pennsylvania$288,0181.3%77.4%
25Wayne County, Pennsylvania$283,1391.3%78.7%
26York County, Pennsylvania$281,0181.3%80.0%
27Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$269,8841.2%81.2%
28Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$252,5791.1%82.3%
29Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$242,1361.1%83.4%
30Cambria County, Pennsylvania$238,1141.1%84.5%
31Warren County, Pennsylvania$234,2531.1%85.5%
32Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$226,0361.0%86.5%
33Erie County, Pennsylvania$219,5021.0%87.5%
34Fayette County, Pennsylvania$218,3201.0%88.5%
35Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$214,7601.0%89.4%
36Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$197,1020.9%90.3%
37Union County, Pennsylvania$194,6560.9%91.2%
38Butler County, Pennsylvania$167,2670.7%91.9%
39Bucks County, Pennsylvania$157,7480.7%92.7%
40Clarion County, Pennsylvania$145,8590.7%93.3%
41Potter County, Pennsylvania$145,4780.7%94.0%
42Washington County, Pennsylvania$136,4650.6%94.6%
43Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$134,9040.6%95.2%
44Columbia County, Pennsylvania$126,8530.6%95.7%
45Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$108,7130.5%96.2%
46Venango County, Pennsylvania$105,5540.5%96.7%
47Northampton County, Pennsylvania$103,0120.5%97.2%
48Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$100,4480.5%97.6%
49Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$81,5230.4%98.0%
50Clinton County, Pennsylvania$75,4430.3%98.3%
51Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$56,2670.3%98.6%
52Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$53,0120.2%98.8%
53Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$48,2760.2%99.0%
54Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$46,1950.2%99.2%
55McKean County, Pennsylvania$38,2550.2%99.4%
56Montour County, Pennsylvania$37,2110.2%99.6%
57Elk County, Pennsylvania$28,5420.1%99.7%
58Beaver County, Pennsylvania$28,2770.1%99.8%
59Greene County, Pennsylvania$19,6180.1%99.9%
60Forest County, Pennsylvania$14,8740.1%100.0%
61Carbon County, Pennsylvania$3,6870.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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