Corn Subsidies in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania totaled $0 in 2018

Counties in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Receiving corn subsidies, 2018

Rank County Corn Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,738,0478.4%8.4%
2York County, Pennsylvania$1,233,6285.9%14.3%
3Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$914,7934.4%18.7%
4Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$880,3634.2%23.0%
5Berks County, Pennsylvania$853,5454.1%27.1%
6Blair County, Pennsylvania$839,9104.0%31.1%
7Adams County, Pennsylvania$767,6523.7%34.8%
8Bedford County, Pennsylvania$710,8163.4%38.2%
9Mercer County, Pennsylvania$699,1273.4%41.6%
10Somerset County, Pennsylvania$672,8473.2%44.8%
11Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$632,3263.0%47.9%
12Crawford County, Pennsylvania$587,5242.8%50.7%
13Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$578,5452.8%53.5%
14Northampton County, Pennsylvania$576,1032.8%56.3%
15Chester County, Pennsylvania$501,4992.4%58.7%
16Butler County, Pennsylvania$483,2902.3%61.0%
17Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$443,1042.1%63.2%
18Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$433,4532.1%65.2%
19Centre County, Pennsylvania$429,8812.1%67.3%
20Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$415,5072.0%69.3%
21Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$364,0281.8%71.1%
22Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$363,3621.8%72.8%
23Columbia County, Pennsylvania$351,8461.7%74.5%
24Indiana County, Pennsylvania$347,9701.7%76.2%
25Perry County, Pennsylvania$331,0861.6%77.8%
26Juniata County, Pennsylvania$313,8181.5%79.3%
27Erie County, Pennsylvania$295,3241.4%80.7%
28Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$292,8751.4%82.1%
29Cambria County, Pennsylvania$289,8761.4%83.5%
30Fulton County, Pennsylvania$289,7271.4%84.9%
31Snyder County, Pennsylvania$252,4171.2%86.1%
32Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$232,7491.1%87.3%
33Bradford County, Pennsylvania$228,0271.1%88.4%
34Clarion County, Pennsylvania$226,7481.1%89.5%
35Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$222,0501.1%90.5%
36Union County, Pennsylvania$219,1421.1%91.6%
37Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$218,3891.1%92.6%
38Fayette County, Pennsylvania$196,5420.9%93.6%
39Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$159,6420.8%94.3%
40Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$158,4210.8%95.1%
41Bucks County, Pennsylvania$150,0740.7%95.8%
42Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$135,0320.7%96.5%
43Montour County, Pennsylvania$98,1180.5%97.0%
44Beaver County, Pennsylvania$95,8240.5%97.4%
45Tioga County, Pennsylvania$95,4700.5%97.9%
46Venango County, Pennsylvania$87,8590.4%98.3%
47Washington County, Pennsylvania$70,4000.3%98.6%
48Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$68,1900.3%99.0%
49Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$57,0510.3%99.2%
50McKean County, Pennsylvania$43,7080.2%99.4%
51Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$21,4800.1%99.6%
52Monroe County, Pennsylvania$16,9220.1%99.6%
53Elk County, Pennsylvania$14,4470.1%99.7%
54Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$9,6390.0%99.7%
55Forest County, Pennsylvania$9,3600.0%99.8%
56Delaware County, Pennsylvania$9,2780.0%99.8%
57Clinton County, Pennsylvania$7,7870.0%99.9%
58Potter County, Pennsylvania$6,3500.0%99.9%
59Pike County, Pennsylvania$5,1950.0%99.9%
60Cameron County, Pennsylvania$4,5840.0%100.0%
61Carbon County, Pennsylvania$4,4530.0%100.0%
62Greene County, Pennsylvania$2,7860.0%100.0%
63Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$9760.0%100.0%
64Wayne County, Pennsylvania$6560.0%100.0%
65Warren County, Pennsylvania$5020.0%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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