Commodity subsidies in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania totaled $50,046 in 2016

Counties in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Receiving Commodity Payments, 2016

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$2,528,6178.3%8.3%
2Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,836,0616.0%14.2%
3Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$1,411,7554.6%18.8%
4Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,285,5984.2%23.0%
5Columbia County, Pennsylvania$1,155,4863.8%26.8%
6Crawford County, Pennsylvania$1,146,8303.7%30.6%
7Indiana County, Pennsylvania$1,141,0103.7%34.3%
8Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$992,8803.2%37.5%
9Northampton County, Pennsylvania$884,9142.9%40.4%
10Bradford County, Pennsylvania$853,5392.8%43.2%
11Chester County, Pennsylvania$778,7412.5%45.7%
12Bedford County, Pennsylvania$761,5362.5%48.2%
13Erie County, Pennsylvania$754,9622.5%50.7%
14Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$728,6512.4%53.1%
15Franklin County, Pennsylvania$728,3602.4%55.4%
16Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$718,2322.3%57.8%
17Centre County, Pennsylvania$714,9982.3%60.1%
18Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$705,5862.3%62.4%
19Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$686,1152.2%64.6%
20Butler County, Pennsylvania$668,0942.2%66.8%
21Somerset County, Pennsylvania$639,7272.1%68.9%
22Berks County, Pennsylvania$614,0742.0%70.9%
23Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$598,7762.0%72.9%
24Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$584,2271.9%74.8%
25Cambria County, Pennsylvania$581,6841.9%76.7%
26Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$569,0191.9%78.5%
27Clarion County, Pennsylvania$533,4861.7%80.3%
28Snyder County, Pennsylvania$410,3651.3%81.6%
29Fayette County, Pennsylvania$382,1621.2%82.9%
30Montour County, Pennsylvania$374,6991.2%84.1%
31Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$338,0851.1%85.2%
32Clinton County, Pennsylvania$332,0741.1%86.3%
33Tioga County, Pennsylvania$289,2370.9%87.2%
34Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$281,0280.9%88.1%
35Union County, Pennsylvania$248,3610.8%88.9%
36Perry County, Pennsylvania$223,7240.7%89.7%
37Potter County, Pennsylvania$211,3180.7%90.4%
38Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$210,7240.7%91.0%
39Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$206,9420.7%91.7%
40Adams County, Pennsylvania$203,3850.7%92.4%
41Blair County, Pennsylvania$199,7240.7%93.0%
42Venango County, Pennsylvania$176,1030.6%93.6%
43Carbon County, Pennsylvania$172,7490.6%94.2%
44Juniata County, Pennsylvania$160,2720.5%94.7%
45Fulton County, Pennsylvania$151,1220.5%95.2%
46Warren County, Pennsylvania$137,5270.4%95.6%
47Washington County, Pennsylvania$135,6090.4%96.1%
48Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$134,2850.4%96.5%
49Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$131,2030.4%96.9%
50Beaver County, Pennsylvania$131,1410.4%97.4%
51Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$101,0650.3%97.7%
52Monroe County, Pennsylvania$100,5460.3%98.0%
53Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$91,5340.3%98.3%
54Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$79,2200.3%98.6%
55McKean County, Pennsylvania$68,5590.2%98.8%
56Wayne County, Pennsylvania$65,1100.2%99.0%
57Bucks County, Pennsylvania$63,3590.2%99.2%
58Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$50,0460.2%99.4%
59Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$39,8210.1%99.5%
60Pike County, Pennsylvania$37,0100.1%99.6%
61Forest County, Pennsylvania$31,2830.1%99.7%
62Greene County, Pennsylvania$26,2090.1%99.8%
63Elk County, Pennsylvania$24,5250.1%99.9%
64Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$11,0370.0%100.0%
65Cameron County, Pennsylvania$8,1980.0%100.0%
66Delaware County, Pennsylvania$6,8300.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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