Commodity subsidies in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania totaled $27.6 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$115,111,9268.4%8.4%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$73,078,5335.3%13.7%
3York County, Pennsylvania$65,298,3824.7%18.4%
4Berks County, Pennsylvania$63,926,9444.7%23.1%
5Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$44,135,7673.2%26.3%
6Bradford County, Pennsylvania$40,836,0893.0%29.3%
7Chester County, Pennsylvania$38,495,1962.8%32.1%
8Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$37,951,8092.8%34.8%
9Adams County, Pennsylvania$37,278,8972.7%37.5%
10Mercer County, Pennsylvania$37,260,1612.7%40.3%
11Crawford County, Pennsylvania$36,679,7712.7%42.9%
12Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$35,667,5392.6%45.5%
13Bedford County, Pennsylvania$33,029,2312.4%47.9%
14Centre County, Pennsylvania$32,340,3732.4%50.3%
15Blair County, Pennsylvania$31,301,4362.3%52.5%
16Somerset County, Pennsylvania$29,450,5672.1%54.7%
17Northampton County, Pennsylvania$27,875,7762.0%56.7%
18Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$27,627,2702.0%58.7%
19Perry County, Pennsylvania$26,971,4722.0%60.7%
20Indiana County, Pennsylvania$26,939,9032.0%62.7%
21Erie County, Pennsylvania$25,455,5681.9%64.5%
22Columbia County, Pennsylvania$24,665,2751.8%66.3%
23Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$24,478,9211.8%68.1%
24Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$23,833,9771.7%69.8%
25Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$22,987,5261.7%71.5%
26Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$22,524,4811.6%73.1%
27Juniata County, Pennsylvania$22,068,3251.6%74.7%
28Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$20,715,2361.5%76.2%
29Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$20,680,7101.5%77.7%
30Tioga County, Pennsylvania$19,807,1061.4%79.2%
31Butler County, Pennsylvania$17,962,0151.3%80.5%
32Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$17,851,7701.3%81.8%
33Snyder County, Pennsylvania$16,885,0841.2%83.0%
34Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$15,231,1211.1%84.1%
35Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$15,057,1261.1%85.2%
36Union County, Pennsylvania$14,777,7781.1%86.3%
37Bucks County, Pennsylvania$14,374,6081.0%87.3%
38Fulton County, Pennsylvania$13,718,4161.0%88.3%
39Cambria County, Pennsylvania$13,179,6261.0%89.3%
40Clinton County, Pennsylvania$13,108,7061.0%90.2%
41Clarion County, Pennsylvania$12,936,9710.9%91.2%
42Fayette County, Pennsylvania$11,695,1850.9%92.0%
43Potter County, Pennsylvania$9,069,1460.7%92.7%
44Montour County, Pennsylvania$8,803,7200.6%93.3%
45Washington County, Pennsylvania$8,458,5950.6%94.0%
46Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$8,022,2820.6%94.5%
47Wayne County, Pennsylvania$7,763,3100.6%95.1%
48Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$7,305,7900.5%95.6%
49Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$7,037,5310.5%96.1%
50Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$6,660,8110.5%96.6%
51Venango County, Pennsylvania$6,600,6760.5%97.1%
52Warren County, Pennsylvania$6,547,7920.5%97.6%
53Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$5,346,4680.4%98.0%
54Beaver County, Pennsylvania$4,974,4650.4%98.3%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$4,834,3980.4%98.7%
56Monroe County, Pennsylvania$3,947,6050.3%99.0%
57Carbon County, Pennsylvania$3,889,9970.3%99.3%
58McKean County, Pennsylvania$2,387,1290.2%99.4%
59Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$2,055,4100.1%99.6%
60Greene County, Pennsylvania$1,780,4960.1%99.7%
61Elk County, Pennsylvania$1,063,7980.1%99.8%
62Delaware County, Pennsylvania$886,8690.1%99.9%
63Forest County, Pennsylvania$631,1950.0%99.9%
64Pike County, Pennsylvania$603,8220.0%99.9%
65Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$573,9520.0%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$196,3300.0%100.0%
67Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania$9,0510.0%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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