Soybean Subsidies in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania totaled $13,215 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$21,975,7679.8%9.8%
2Berks County, Pennsylvania$12,804,8935.7%15.6%
3Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$10,930,2654.9%20.4%
4Adams County, Pennsylvania$9,883,8784.4%24.9%
5Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$9,644,6514.3%29.2%
6Crawford County, Pennsylvania$9,015,5124.0%33.2%
7Mercer County, Pennsylvania$8,837,5714.0%37.2%
8Franklin County, Pennsylvania$8,331,2703.7%40.9%
9Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$7,963,7973.6%44.4%
10Northampton County, Pennsylvania$7,738,9773.5%47.9%
11Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$7,223,5603.2%51.1%
12Chester County, Pennsylvania$7,160,9333.2%54.3%
13Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$6,721,1983.0%57.3%
14Indiana County, Pennsylvania$6,708,9113.0%60.3%
15Erie County, Pennsylvania$6,479,8912.9%63.2%
16Columbia County, Pennsylvania$6,146,1732.7%66.0%
17Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$5,047,8282.3%68.2%
18Centre County, Pennsylvania$4,597,0522.1%70.3%
19Bucks County, Pennsylvania$4,566,7752.0%72.3%
20Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$4,433,3102.0%74.3%
21Perry County, Pennsylvania$4,287,9071.9%76.2%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$4,016,8101.8%78.0%
23Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$3,738,8001.7%79.7%
24Butler County, Pennsylvania$3,622,3551.6%81.3%
25Union County, Pennsylvania$3,356,3601.5%82.8%
26Snyder County, Pennsylvania$3,096,2761.4%84.2%
27Montour County, Pennsylvania$2,997,1561.3%85.6%
28Juniata County, Pennsylvania$2,875,9361.3%86.8%
29Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$2,738,5351.2%88.1%
30Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$2,425,5601.1%89.1%
31Bedford County, Pennsylvania$2,129,2791.0%90.1%
32Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,958,2050.9%91.0%
33Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,912,2890.9%91.8%
34Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,859,5130.8%92.7%
35Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$1,751,9910.8%93.4%
36Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,626,1460.7%94.2%
37Cambria County, Pennsylvania$1,602,1530.7%94.9%
38Fayette County, Pennsylvania$1,588,2250.7%95.6%
39Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$1,357,3060.6%96.2%
40Clarion County, Pennsylvania$1,308,5200.6%96.8%
41Clinton County, Pennsylvania$1,032,7660.5%97.3%
42Beaver County, Pennsylvania$971,1750.4%97.7%
43Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$956,9710.4%98.1%
44Venango County, Pennsylvania$955,8730.4%98.5%
45Monroe County, Pennsylvania$747,6890.3%98.9%
46Fulton County, Pennsylvania$628,2050.3%99.2%
47Bradford County, Pennsylvania$454,2380.2%99.4%
48Carbon County, Pennsylvania$411,6150.2%99.5%
49Washington County, Pennsylvania$386,2620.2%99.7%
50Tioga County, Pennsylvania$238,4250.1%99.8%
51Warren County, Pennsylvania$91,3350.0%99.9%
52Delaware County, Pennsylvania$75,1090.0%99.9%
53Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$48,7810.0%99.9%
54Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$47,0000.0%99.9%
55Potter County, Pennsylvania$32,2440.0%100.0%
56Pike County, Pennsylvania$25,0850.0%100.0%
57Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$17,6220.0%100.0%
58Forest County, Pennsylvania$15,6460.0%100.0%
59Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$13,2150.0%100.0%
60Elk County, Pennsylvania$10,7550.0%100.0%
61McKean County, Pennsylvania$8,9160.0%100.0%
62Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$8,8030.0%100.0%
63Wayne County, Pennsylvania$2,3520.0%100.0%
64Greene County, Pennsylvania$2,0720.0%100.0%
65Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$1100.0%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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