Production Flexibility Contracts payments in Pennsylvania totaled $146 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Production Flexibility Contracts payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Production Flexibility Contracts
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$6,520,4794.5%4.5%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$5,942,2944.1%8.5%
3Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$5,827,3344.0%12.5%
4York County, Pennsylvania$5,497,4463.8%16.3%
5Northampton County, Pennsylvania$5,068,0983.5%19.7%
6Berks County, Pennsylvania$4,990,7453.4%23.2%
7Adams County, Pennsylvania$4,310,1752.9%26.1%
8Mercer County, Pennsylvania$4,299,2392.9%29.1%
9Columbia County, Pennsylvania$4,085,9052.8%31.8%
10Crawford County, Pennsylvania$3,984,4072.7%34.6%
11Perry County, Pennsylvania$3,958,3512.7%37.3%
12Centre County, Pennsylvania$3,701,3102.5%39.8%
13Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$3,513,8932.4%42.2%
14Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$3,452,7352.4%44.6%
15Bedford County, Pennsylvania$3,450,6892.4%46.9%
16Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$3,384,9162.3%49.3%
17Indiana County, Pennsylvania$3,305,2552.3%51.5%
18Erie County, Pennsylvania$3,275,6572.2%53.8%
19Blair County, Pennsylvania$3,142,8102.2%55.9%
20Bradford County, Pennsylvania$3,136,2512.1%58.1%
21Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$3,107,6002.1%60.2%
22Chester County, Pennsylvania$3,031,6772.1%62.3%
23Somerset County, Pennsylvania$3,026,5682.1%64.3%
24Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$3,019,5612.1%66.4%
25Juniata County, Pennsylvania$3,012,2832.1%68.5%
26Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$2,949,5472.0%70.5%
27Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$2,832,0081.9%72.4%
28Butler County, Pennsylvania$2,419,0801.7%74.1%
29Fulton County, Pennsylvania$2,083,3251.4%75.5%
30Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$2,029,4231.4%76.9%
31Clarion County, Pennsylvania$1,947,2461.3%78.2%
32Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$1,942,2891.3%79.6%
33Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,902,6641.3%80.9%
34Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,835,1601.3%82.1%
35Clinton County, Pennsylvania$1,726,4401.2%83.3%
36Bucks County, Pennsylvania$1,721,0881.2%84.5%
37Snyder County, Pennsylvania$1,701,2101.2%85.6%
38Tioga County, Pennsylvania$1,685,0851.2%86.8%
39Cambria County, Pennsylvania$1,593,1231.1%87.9%
40Fayette County, Pennsylvania$1,590,9631.1%89.0%
41Union County, Pennsylvania$1,437,2891.0%89.9%
42Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$1,401,1421.0%90.9%
43Montour County, Pennsylvania$1,373,4470.9%91.8%
44Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$1,270,8960.9%92.7%
45Washington County, Pennsylvania$1,124,2580.8%93.5%
46Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$913,1230.6%94.1%
47Carbon County, Pennsylvania$854,2610.6%94.7%
48Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$831,2470.6%95.3%
49Venango County, Pennsylvania$824,7430.6%95.8%
50Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$791,4890.5%96.4%
51Monroe County, Pennsylvania$790,5930.5%96.9%
52Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$765,9700.5%97.4%
53Potter County, Pennsylvania$740,3590.5%97.9%
54Beaver County, Pennsylvania$520,7790.4%98.3%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$509,0520.3%98.6%
56Warren County, Pennsylvania$331,4000.2%98.9%
57Greene County, Pennsylvania$301,8410.2%99.1%
58McKean County, Pennsylvania$283,2670.2%99.3%
59Delaware County, Pennsylvania$195,9640.1%99.4%
60Wayne County, Pennsylvania$193,4970.1%99.5%
61Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$181,5620.1%99.7%
62Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$128,9990.1%99.8%
63Pike County, Pennsylvania$121,0630.1%99.8%
64Elk County, Pennsylvania$118,7530.1%99.9%
65Forest County, Pennsylvania$83,7750.1%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$34,8670.0%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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