Commodity subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $40.5 million in 2017

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Commodity Payments, 2017

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$3,952,0869.8%9.8%
2Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$2,677,5606.6%16.4%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$2,125,6355.3%21.6%
4Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,965,1904.9%26.5%
5Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,815,6614.5%31.0%
6Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,737,9624.3%35.3%
7Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,300,2493.2%38.5%
8Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,288,2203.2%41.7%
9Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,257,5013.1%44.8%
10Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,176,8342.9%47.7%
11Northampton County, Pennsylvania$1,164,3202.9%50.5%
12Adams County, Pennsylvania$1,010,5062.5%53.0%
13Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$978,7742.4%55.5%
14Indiana County, Pennsylvania$942,9222.3%57.8%
15Columbia County, Pennsylvania$940,9302.3%60.1%
16Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$931,2262.3%62.4%
17Blair County, Pennsylvania$880,4932.2%64.6%
18Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$814,8342.0%66.6%
19Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$791,4152.0%68.6%
20Bedford County, Pennsylvania$766,2691.9%70.5%
21Perry County, Pennsylvania$757,1481.9%72.3%
22Bradford County, Pennsylvania$742,7371.8%74.2%
23Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$693,8581.7%75.9%
24Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$617,3391.5%77.4%
25Butler County, Pennsylvania$596,0471.5%78.9%
26Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$589,1141.5%80.3%
27Cambria County, Pennsylvania$494,7711.2%81.5%
28Somerset County, Pennsylvania$493,1031.2%82.8%
29Juniata County, Pennsylvania$482,8721.2%84.0%
30Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$460,2571.1%85.1%
31Clarion County, Pennsylvania$456,2721.1%86.2%
32Snyder County, Pennsylvania$433,8801.1%87.3%
33Union County, Pennsylvania$406,4181.0%88.3%
34Montour County, Pennsylvania$389,6351.0%89.3%
35Bucks County, Pennsylvania$389,1021.0%90.2%
36Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$385,9571.0%91.2%
37Clinton County, Pennsylvania$375,1720.9%92.1%
38Tioga County, Pennsylvania$349,2880.9%93.0%
39Fayette County, Pennsylvania$318,5930.8%93.8%
40Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$296,3410.7%94.5%
41Fulton County, Pennsylvania$225,5340.6%95.0%
42Erie County, Pennsylvania$215,2240.5%95.6%
43Potter County, Pennsylvania$201,0190.5%96.1%
44Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$192,0580.5%96.5%
45Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$180,0510.4%97.0%
46Monroe County, Pennsylvania$169,2500.4%97.4%
47Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$148,7730.4%97.8%
48Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$123,0190.3%98.1%
49Washington County, Pennsylvania$116,9760.3%98.4%
50Beaver County, Pennsylvania$85,5250.2%98.6%
51Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$78,5620.2%98.8%
52Crawford County, Pennsylvania$72,0650.2%99.0%
53Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$70,4650.2%99.1%
54Carbon County, Pennsylvania$52,8880.1%99.3%
55Delaware County, Pennsylvania$47,4570.1%99.4%
56McKean County, Pennsylvania$45,4800.1%99.5%
57Wayne County, Pennsylvania$41,9810.1%99.6%
58Pike County, Pennsylvania$40,2240.1%99.7%
59Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$34,1050.1%99.8%
60Greene County, Pennsylvania$25,6550.1%99.8%
61Elk County, Pennsylvania$18,6150.0%99.9%
62Venango County, Pennsylvania$13,6640.0%99.9%
63Forest County, Pennsylvania$13,1570.0%99.9%
64Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$9,8360.0%100.0%
65Cameron County, Pennsylvania$7,6690.0%100.0%
66Warren County, Pennsylvania$3,6110.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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