Barley Subsidies in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania totaled $112,836 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Receiving barley subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Barley Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,085,89310.5%10.5%
2Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$916,6308.8%19.3%
3York County, Pennsylvania$910,9288.8%28.1%
4Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$798,3667.7%35.8%
5Berks County, Pennsylvania$578,6165.6%41.4%
6Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$566,3725.5%46.9%
7Adams County, Pennsylvania$505,7424.9%51.8%
8Chester County, Pennsylvania$421,7864.1%55.8%
9Perry County, Pennsylvania$360,0183.5%59.3%
10Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$326,5693.2%62.5%
11Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$321,7813.1%65.6%
12Somerset County, Pennsylvania$317,7473.1%68.6%
13Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$242,5762.3%71.0%
14Fulton County, Pennsylvania$229,7612.2%73.2%
15Indiana County, Pennsylvania$217,8722.1%75.3%
16Juniata County, Pennsylvania$191,9401.9%77.2%
17Bedford County, Pennsylvania$184,6771.8%78.9%
18Butler County, Pennsylvania$171,8701.7%80.6%
19Blair County, Pennsylvania$156,9671.5%82.1%
20Northampton County, Pennsylvania$144,1651.4%83.5%
21Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$138,3861.3%84.8%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$123,4771.2%86.0%
23Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$112,8361.1%87.1%
24Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$103,5791.0%88.1%
25Potter County, Pennsylvania$103,4281.0%89.1%
26Columbia County, Pennsylvania$102,1601.0%90.1%
27Cambria County, Pennsylvania$90,2530.9%91.0%
28Crawford County, Pennsylvania$90,2240.9%91.8%
29Centre County, Pennsylvania$76,7340.7%92.6%
30Snyder County, Pennsylvania$65,0500.6%93.2%
31Mercer County, Pennsylvania$55,2750.5%93.8%
32Fayette County, Pennsylvania$54,1980.5%94.3%
33Union County, Pennsylvania$44,9440.4%94.7%
34Tioga County, Pennsylvania$44,2360.4%95.1%
35Beaver County, Pennsylvania$43,9460.4%95.6%
36Clarion County, Pennsylvania$42,5720.4%96.0%
37Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$35,2890.3%96.3%
38Bradford County, Pennsylvania$34,5220.3%96.6%
39Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$33,9400.3%97.0%
40Bucks County, Pennsylvania$30,7720.3%97.3%
41Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$28,9930.3%97.5%
42Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$28,9850.3%97.8%
43Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$28,3530.3%98.1%
44Montour County, Pennsylvania$26,5310.3%98.4%
45Erie County, Pennsylvania$24,4350.2%98.6%
46Washington County, Pennsylvania$22,8140.2%98.8%
47Carbon County, Pennsylvania$22,3600.2%99.0%
48Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$21,6050.2%99.2%
49Venango County, Pennsylvania$12,8460.1%99.4%
50Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$10,2820.1%99.5%
51McKean County, Pennsylvania$8,9510.1%99.5%
52Clinton County, Pennsylvania$7,6310.1%99.6%
53Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$6,5270.1%99.7%
54Delaware County, Pennsylvania$6,2960.1%99.7%
55Monroe County, Pennsylvania$5,6460.1%99.8%
56Elk County, Pennsylvania$4,7420.0%99.8%
57Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$4,1000.0%99.9%
58Warren County, Pennsylvania$3,1300.0%99.9%
59Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$3,1100.0%99.9%
60Forest County, Pennsylvania$2,8900.0%100.0%
61Greene County, Pennsylvania$1,6780.0%100.0%
62Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$9180.0%100.0%
63Cameron County, Pennsylvania$980.0%100.0%
64Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$850.0%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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