Wheat Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $54.8 million from 1995-2014.

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Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving wheat subsidies, 1995-2014

Rank County Wheat Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$6,341,96611.6%11.6%
2Adams County, Pennsylvania$4,055,2757.4%19.0%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$3,454,2026.3%25.3%
4Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$3,102,3975.7%31.0%
5Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$2,375,1844.3%35.3%
6Northampton County, Pennsylvania$2,348,9294.3%39.6%
7Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$2,165,5254.0%43.5%
8Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,980,8873.6%47.2%
9Perry County, Pennsylvania$1,919,3993.5%50.7%
10Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$1,729,2503.2%53.8%
11Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$1,726,4843.2%57.0%
12Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,656,0473.0%60.0%
13Columbia County, Pennsylvania$1,531,7002.8%62.8%
14Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,381,9192.5%65.3%
15Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,297,5692.4%67.7%
16Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,180,3772.2%69.8%
17Bucks County, Pennsylvania$1,145,4462.1%71.9%
18Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,042,1741.9%73.8%
19Butler County, Pennsylvania$953,3881.7%75.6%
20Erie County, Pennsylvania$911,7601.7%77.2%
21Juniata County, Pennsylvania$790,0621.4%78.7%
22Crawford County, Pennsylvania$784,8111.4%80.1%
23Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$776,6821.4%81.5%
24Cambria County, Pennsylvania$738,3261.3%82.9%
25Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$712,5181.3%84.2%
26Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$610,2251.1%85.3%
27Indiana County, Pennsylvania$596,3481.1%86.4%
28Fulton County, Pennsylvania$589,6161.1%87.5%
29Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$542,1341.0%88.4%
30Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$495,6380.9%89.4%
31Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$472,7230.9%90.2%
32Union County, Pennsylvania$461,3320.8%91.1%
33Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$435,3820.8%91.9%
34Montour County, Pennsylvania$408,0700.7%92.6%
35Snyder County, Pennsylvania$407,0890.7%93.3%
36Carbon County, Pennsylvania$405,6150.7%94.1%
37Clinton County, Pennsylvania$348,2160.6%94.7%
38Monroe County, Pennsylvania$322,6920.6%95.3%
39Clarion County, Pennsylvania$320,4960.6%95.9%
40Bedford County, Pennsylvania$319,2260.6%96.5%
41Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$292,9700.5%97.0%
42Blair County, Pennsylvania$257,4400.5%97.5%
43Fayette County, Pennsylvania$234,8810.4%97.9%
44Potter County, Pennsylvania$187,3210.3%98.2%
45Beaver County, Pennsylvania$183,7780.3%98.6%
46Venango County, Pennsylvania$127,1190.2%98.8%
47Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$122,1910.2%99.0%
48Washington County, Pennsylvania$109,2600.2%99.2%
49Somerset County, Pennsylvania$75,8590.1%99.4%
50Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$61,8540.1%99.5%
51Tioga County, Pennsylvania$49,2240.1%99.6%
52Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$46,2330.1%99.7%
53Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$42,4970.1%99.7%
54Greene County, Pennsylvania$32,3170.1%99.8%
55Delaware County, Pennsylvania$31,5080.1%99.9%
56Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$30,5630.1%99.9%
57Bradford County, Pennsylvania$21,9680.0%100.0%
58Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$9,8850.0%100.0%
59Warren County, Pennsylvania$7,0740.0%100.0%
60McKean County, Pennsylvania$5,6480.0%100.0%
61Cameron County, Pennsylvania$1,1480.0%100.0%
62Elk County, Pennsylvania$3490.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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