Soybean Subsidies in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania totaled $8,161 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$20,059,0879.8%9.8%
2Berks County, Pennsylvania$11,552,9695.6%15.5%
3Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$9,851,1684.8%20.3%
4Adams County, Pennsylvania$9,311,6084.6%24.8%
5Crawford County, Pennsylvania$8,909,8634.4%29.2%
6Mercer County, Pennsylvania$8,320,6014.1%33.3%
7Franklin County, Pennsylvania$7,922,3483.9%37.1%
8Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$7,621,5353.7%40.8%
9Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$7,108,1443.5%44.3%
10Northampton County, Pennsylvania$7,071,0263.5%47.8%
11Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$6,836,2293.3%51.1%
12Chester County, Pennsylvania$6,565,6293.2%54.3%
13Indiana County, Pennsylvania$6,338,1813.1%57.4%
14Erie County, Pennsylvania$6,184,6903.0%60.5%
15Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$6,072,3933.0%63.4%
16Columbia County, Pennsylvania$5,470,9922.7%66.1%
17Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$4,498,6562.2%68.3%
18Bucks County, Pennsylvania$4,145,0712.0%70.3%
19Centre County, Pennsylvania$4,121,7682.0%72.3%
20Perry County, Pennsylvania$3,998,0292.0%74.3%
21Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$3,917,0241.9%76.2%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$3,802,4941.9%78.1%
23Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$3,607,3091.8%79.8%
24Butler County, Pennsylvania$3,439,6471.7%81.5%
25Union County, Pennsylvania$3,011,9661.5%83.0%
26Montour County, Pennsylvania$2,793,3831.4%84.4%
27Juniata County, Pennsylvania$2,651,8961.3%85.7%
28Snyder County, Pennsylvania$2,651,3661.3%86.9%
29Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$2,447,8781.2%88.1%
30Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$2,290,3401.1%89.3%
31Bedford County, Pennsylvania$2,093,5361.0%90.3%
32Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,917,2140.9%91.2%
33Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,815,0440.9%92.1%
34Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,654,8630.8%92.9%
35Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$1,614,2230.8%93.7%
36Fayette County, Pennsylvania$1,537,3720.8%94.5%
37Cambria County, Pennsylvania$1,502,9420.7%95.2%
38Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$1,311,5330.6%95.8%
39Clarion County, Pennsylvania$1,307,4770.6%96.5%
40Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,188,2300.6%97.1%
41Beaver County, Pennsylvania$928,4600.5%97.5%
42Venango County, Pennsylvania$877,9160.4%97.9%
43Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$811,3430.4%98.3%
44Clinton County, Pennsylvania$808,9540.4%98.7%
45Monroe County, Pennsylvania$668,4210.3%99.1%
46Fulton County, Pennsylvania$631,2480.3%99.4%
47Washington County, Pennsylvania$340,7130.2%99.5%
48Carbon County, Pennsylvania$329,9370.2%99.7%
49Bradford County, Pennsylvania$215,7030.1%99.8%
50Tioga County, Pennsylvania$197,2540.1%99.9%
51Delaware County, Pennsylvania$70,8930.0%99.9%
52Warren County, Pennsylvania$39,9220.0%100.0%
53Pike County, Pennsylvania$25,0850.0%100.0%
54Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$17,7840.0%100.0%
55Potter County, Pennsylvania$12,0740.0%100.0%
56Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$9,6430.0%100.0%
57Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$8,9670.0%100.0%
58Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$8,1610.0%100.0%
59Forest County, Pennsylvania$4,9020.0%100.0%
60Elk County, Pennsylvania$2,6690.0%100.0%
61Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$1,0570.0%100.0%
62Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$1100.0%100.0%
63Greene County, Pennsylvania$300.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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