Commodity subsidies in Somerset County, Pennsylvania totaled $1.3 million in 2018

Counties in Somerset County, Pennsylvania Receiving Commodity Payments, 2018

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$4,881,7879.9%9.9%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$3,574,8967.3%17.2%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$2,981,8366.1%23.3%
4Crawford County, Pennsylvania$1,767,8773.6%26.9%
5Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,760,6783.6%30.5%
6Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,724,1713.5%34.0%
7Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,561,8943.2%37.2%
8Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,422,4332.9%40.1%
9York County, Pennsylvania$1,358,5912.8%42.9%
10Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,328,6532.7%45.6%
11Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,316,3132.7%48.3%
12Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,236,3592.5%50.8%
13Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,233,9952.5%53.3%
14Perry County, Pennsylvania$1,189,0562.4%55.7%
15Bedford County, Pennsylvania$1,186,0532.4%58.1%
16Bradford County, Pennsylvania$1,182,4792.4%60.5%
17Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,107,9852.3%62.8%
18Erie County, Pennsylvania$1,057,3762.2%64.9%
19Adams County, Pennsylvania$1,041,6962.1%67.1%
20Juniata County, Pennsylvania$952,4671.9%69.0%
21Indiana County, Pennsylvania$921,2211.9%70.9%
22Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$881,8261.8%72.7%
23Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$863,8191.8%74.4%
24Cambria County, Pennsylvania$806,7341.6%76.1%
25Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$712,4531.5%77.5%
26Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$657,4931.3%78.9%
27Snyder County, Pennsylvania$621,3621.3%80.1%
28Tioga County, Pennsylvania$619,0041.3%81.4%
29Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$613,5121.3%82.7%
30Columbia County, Pennsylvania$594,1191.2%83.9%
31Northampton County, Pennsylvania$571,9961.2%85.0%
32Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$537,2131.1%86.1%
33Fulton County, Pennsylvania$515,7261.1%87.2%
34Union County, Pennsylvania$513,9031.0%88.2%
35Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$513,4161.0%89.3%
36Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$485,3531.0%90.3%
37Butler County, Pennsylvania$431,2070.9%91.1%
38Clarion County, Pennsylvania$385,3790.8%91.9%
39Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$349,5160.7%92.6%
40Wayne County, Pennsylvania$336,7970.7%93.3%
41Fayette County, Pennsylvania$332,0460.7%94.0%
42Warren County, Pennsylvania$300,4450.6%94.6%
43Potter County, Pennsylvania$273,5070.6%95.2%
44Washington County, Pennsylvania$244,4030.5%95.7%
45Bucks County, Pennsylvania$237,2320.5%96.2%
46Clinton County, Pennsylvania$236,1940.5%96.6%
47Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$199,5360.4%97.0%
48Venango County, Pennsylvania$190,2550.4%97.4%
49Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$157,0070.3%97.7%
50Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$152,4840.3%98.1%
51Beaver County, Pennsylvania$140,2630.3%98.3%
52Montour County, Pennsylvania$123,6450.3%98.6%
53Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$112,4680.2%98.8%
54McKean County, Pennsylvania$92,5820.2%99.0%
55Monroe County, Pennsylvania$85,7560.2%99.2%
56Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$80,1850.2%99.3%
57Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$79,0580.2%99.5%
58Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$73,4820.1%99.7%
59Elk County, Pennsylvania$51,6840.1%99.8%
60Carbon County, Pennsylvania$28,3930.1%99.8%
61Forest County, Pennsylvania$27,2440.1%99.9%
62Greene County, Pennsylvania$25,2560.1%99.9%
63Delaware County, Pennsylvania$13,7640.0%100.0%
64Pike County, Pennsylvania$8,6600.0%100.0%
65Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$6,9100.0%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$4,5840.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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