Wool Subsidies in Tennessee totaled $109,834 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Tennessee Receiving wool subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Wool Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wilson County, Tennessee$12,73111.6%11.6%
2Greene County, Tennessee$7,7257.0%18.6%
3Bedford County, Tennessee$5,1044.6%23.3%
4Washington County, Tennessee$4,8044.4%27.6%
5Obion County, Tennessee$4,6874.3%31.9%
6Hamblen County, Tennessee$3,9213.6%35.5%
7Cumberland County, Tennessee$3,4563.1%38.6%
8Williamson County, Tennessee$3,2703.0%41.6%
9Decatur County, Tennessee$3,2563.0%44.6%
10Marshall County, Tennessee$3,1942.9%47.5%
11Rutherford County, Tennessee$3,1162.8%50.3%
12Johnson County, Tennessee$2,7762.5%52.8%
13Loudon County, Tennessee$2,7252.5%55.3%
14Knox County, Tennessee$2,3542.1%57.5%
15Lincoln County, Tennessee$2,3482.1%59.6%
16Blount County, Tennessee$2,3262.1%61.7%
17Robertson County, Tennessee$2,2262.0%63.7%
18Sumner County, Tennessee$2,1922.0%65.7%
19Union County, Tennessee$2,0301.8%67.6%
20Putnam County, Tennessee$1,8351.7%69.3%
21Bledsoe County, Tennessee$1,7561.6%70.9%
22Giles County, Tennessee$1,7481.6%72.5%
23Trousdale County, Tennessee$1,7171.6%74.0%
24Fentress County, Tennessee$1,6561.5%75.5%
25Coffee County, Tennessee$1,6071.5%77.0%
26Rhea County, Tennessee$1,5801.4%78.4%
27Weakley County, Tennessee$1,5681.4%79.9%
28Cannon County, Tennessee$1,3051.2%81.0%
29Hawkins County, Tennessee$1,1571.1%82.1%
30McNairy County, Tennessee$1,0961.0%83.1%
31Lawrence County, Tennessee$1,0170.9%84.0%
32Claiborne County, Tennessee$9480.9%84.9%
33Franklin County, Tennessee$9370.9%85.7%
34Maury County, Tennessee$9090.8%86.6%
35Fayette County, Tennessee$8920.8%87.4%
36Hickman County, Tennessee$8870.8%88.2%
37Henderson County, Tennessee$8860.8%89.0%
38Jackson County, Tennessee$8740.8%89.8%
39Monroe County, Tennessee$7760.7%90.5%
40Scott County, Tennessee$7650.7%91.2%
41Hardeman County, Tennessee$7480.7%91.9%
42Hardin County, Tennessee$7330.7%92.5%
43Sullivan County, Tennessee$7310.7%93.2%
44Macon County, Tennessee$6370.6%93.8%
45Cocke County, Tennessee$5190.5%94.3%
46Polk County, Tennessee$4830.4%94.7%
47Montgomery County, Tennessee$4600.4%95.1%
48Wayne County, Tennessee$4380.4%95.5%
49Meigs County, Tennessee$4000.4%95.9%
50Carter County, Tennessee$3900.4%96.2%
51DeKalb County, Tennessee$3600.3%96.6%
52Dickson County, Tennessee$3160.3%96.8%
53Stewart County, Tennessee$2810.3%97.1%
54Smith County, Tennessee$2720.2%97.3%
55Hamilton County, Tennessee$2560.2%97.6%
56McMinn County, Tennessee$2490.2%97.8%
57Roane County, Tennessee$2300.2%98.0%
58Sevier County, Tennessee$2260.2%98.2%
59White County, Tennessee$2220.2%98.4%
60Crockett County, Tennessee$2190.2%98.6%
61Warren County, Tennessee$2040.2%98.8%
62Gibson County, Tennessee$1970.2%99.0%
63Tipton County, Tennessee$1890.2%99.2%
64Lauderdale County, Tennessee$1700.2%99.3%
65Bradley County, Tennessee$1420.1%99.4%
66Clay County, Tennessee$1130.1%99.5%
67Campbell County, Tennessee$1020.1%99.6%
68Marion County, Tennessee$900.1%99.7%
69Anderson County, Tennessee$810.1%99.8%
70Henry County, Tennessee$730.1%99.9%
71Morgan County, Tennessee$630.1%99.9%
72Jefferson County, Tennessee$510.0%100.0%
73Grainger County, Tennessee$360.0%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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