Commodity subsidies in Erie County, Pennsylvania totaled $21.7 million from 1995-2014.

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Counties in Erie County, Pennsylvania Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2014

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$101,502,0268.6%8.6%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$64,596,3475.5%14.0%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$54,914,6404.6%18.7%
4York County, Pennsylvania$51,552,0924.4%23.0%
5Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$37,923,9033.2%26.2%
6Bradford County, Pennsylvania$36,848,9023.1%29.3%
7Adams County, Pennsylvania$32,916,8972.8%32.1%
8Chester County, Pennsylvania$32,660,8932.8%34.8%
9Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$32,366,3412.7%37.6%
10Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$32,237,8032.7%40.3%
11Crawford County, Pennsylvania$31,315,5182.6%42.9%
12Mercer County, Pennsylvania$29,621,4532.5%45.4%
13Bedford County, Pennsylvania$29,439,4852.5%47.9%
14Blair County, Pennsylvania$28,179,7562.4%50.3%
15Centre County, Pennsylvania$27,951,8822.4%52.7%
16Somerset County, Pennsylvania$25,337,3912.1%54.8%
17Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$24,124,5972.0%56.8%
18Perry County, Pennsylvania$23,900,7312.0%58.9%
19Northampton County, Pennsylvania$23,696,7882.0%60.9%
20Erie County, Pennsylvania$21,732,8871.8%62.7%
21Indiana County, Pennsylvania$21,429,5091.8%64.5%
22Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$20,537,8021.7%66.2%
23Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$20,499,7271.7%68.0%
24Columbia County, Pennsylvania$20,001,6691.7%69.7%
25Juniata County, Pennsylvania$19,869,3251.7%71.3%
26Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$19,391,8111.6%73.0%
27Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$19,374,5811.6%74.6%
28Tioga County, Pennsylvania$17,943,6481.5%76.1%
29Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$17,657,7721.5%77.6%
30Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$16,905,6011.4%79.0%
31Butler County, Pennsylvania$14,982,7571.3%80.3%
32Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$14,541,8991.2%81.5%
33Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$14,486,0641.2%82.7%
34Snyder County, Pennsylvania$14,450,2891.2%84.0%
35Union County, Pennsylvania$12,923,4611.1%85.1%
36Bucks County, Pennsylvania$12,543,2611.1%86.1%
37Fulton County, Pennsylvania$12,375,3971.0%87.2%
38Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$12,346,5281.0%88.2%
39Clinton County, Pennsylvania$11,635,2371.0%89.2%
40Clarion County, Pennsylvania$10,766,5040.9%90.1%
41Cambria County, Pennsylvania$10,172,4910.9%91.0%
42Fayette County, Pennsylvania$9,968,8080.8%91.8%
43Potter County, Pennsylvania$8,008,9110.7%92.5%
44Washington County, Pennsylvania$7,823,9460.7%93.1%
45Montour County, Pennsylvania$7,297,0930.6%93.7%
46Wayne County, Pennsylvania$7,272,1230.6%94.4%
47Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$6,881,1960.6%94.9%
48Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$6,677,4670.6%95.5%
49Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$6,635,3690.6%96.1%
50Warren County, Pennsylvania$5,775,0380.5%96.6%
51Venango County, Pennsylvania$5,748,6290.5%97.0%
52Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$5,641,2210.5%97.5%
53Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$4,663,9130.4%97.9%
54Beaver County, Pennsylvania$4,427,0970.4%98.3%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$4,419,5750.4%98.7%
56Carbon County, Pennsylvania$3,480,2800.3%98.9%
57Monroe County, Pennsylvania$3,288,3290.3%99.2%
58McKean County, Pennsylvania$2,131,6800.2%99.4%
59Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$1,886,0080.2%99.6%
60Greene County, Pennsylvania$1,667,7560.1%99.7%
61Elk County, Pennsylvania$925,7540.1%99.8%
62Delaware County, Pennsylvania$814,4760.1%99.9%
63Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$536,9610.0%99.9%
64Forest County, Pennsylvania$534,2120.0%99.9%
65Pike County, Pennsylvania$517,9280.0%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$166,8060.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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