Wheat Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $63.3 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving wheat subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Wheat Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$7,499,09511.8%11.8%
2Adams County, Pennsylvania$4,489,1657.1%18.9%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$3,935,6636.2%25.1%
4Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$3,448,7475.4%30.6%
5Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$2,718,4374.3%34.9%
6Northampton County, Pennsylvania$2,657,8654.2%39.1%
7Franklin County, Pennsylvania$2,494,5743.9%43.0%
8Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$2,448,7773.9%46.9%
9Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$2,162,8853.4%50.3%
10Perry County, Pennsylvania$2,133,9553.4%53.7%
11Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,927,0113.0%56.7%
12Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$1,914,8743.0%59.7%
13Columbia County, Pennsylvania$1,861,8552.9%62.7%
14Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,649,2722.6%65.3%
15Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,581,5152.5%67.8%
16Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,514,9972.4%70.2%
17Bucks County, Pennsylvania$1,247,1202.0%72.1%
18Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,189,2361.9%74.0%
19Butler County, Pennsylvania$1,100,4041.7%75.8%
20Erie County, Pennsylvania$1,038,5361.6%77.4%
21Cambria County, Pennsylvania$917,3671.4%78.8%
22Crawford County, Pennsylvania$916,1111.4%80.3%
23Juniata County, Pennsylvania$860,7191.4%81.7%
24Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$845,3491.3%83.0%
25Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$776,9441.2%84.2%
26Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$760,4291.2%85.4%
27Indiana County, Pennsylvania$725,8971.1%86.6%
28Fulton County, Pennsylvania$665,8991.1%87.6%
29Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$609,4171.0%88.6%
30Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$597,4330.9%89.5%
31Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$559,2460.9%90.4%
32Union County, Pennsylvania$520,5770.8%91.2%
33Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$478,4070.8%92.0%
34Snyder County, Pennsylvania$474,0260.7%92.7%
35Carbon County, Pennsylvania$459,1140.7%93.5%
36Montour County, Pennsylvania$447,6770.7%94.2%
37Bedford County, Pennsylvania$432,9600.7%94.8%
38Clarion County, Pennsylvania$370,1590.6%95.4%
39Monroe County, Pennsylvania$362,0990.6%96.0%
40Clinton County, Pennsylvania$354,4470.6%96.6%
41Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$322,4320.5%97.1%
42Blair County, Pennsylvania$303,2300.5%97.6%
43Fayette County, Pennsylvania$249,2540.4%97.9%
44Beaver County, Pennsylvania$208,7110.3%98.3%
45Potter County, Pennsylvania$195,0400.3%98.6%
46Venango County, Pennsylvania$146,7890.2%98.8%
47Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$142,2330.2%99.0%
48Somerset County, Pennsylvania$121,1480.2%99.2%
49Washington County, Pennsylvania$112,1160.2%99.4%
50Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$70,0880.1%99.5%
51Tioga County, Pennsylvania$52,8630.1%99.6%
52Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$52,6340.1%99.7%
53Delaware County, Pennsylvania$45,4800.1%99.8%
54Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$45,2960.1%99.8%
55Greene County, Pennsylvania$31,6400.0%99.9%
56Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$30,1090.0%99.9%
57Bradford County, Pennsylvania$24,6500.0%100.0%
58Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$9,8850.0%100.0%
59Warren County, Pennsylvania$5,6830.0%100.0%
60McKean County, Pennsylvania$5,6480.0%100.0%
61Cameron County, Pennsylvania$1,2580.0%100.0%
62Elk County, Pennsylvania$3490.0%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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