Production Flexibility Contracts payments in Utah totaled $46.7 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Utah Receiving Production Flexibility Contracts payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Production Flexibility Contracts
Pct of
1Box Elder County, Utah$18,444,04039.5%39.5%
2Cache County, Utah$6,527,42214.0%53.4%
3Millard County, Utah$4,861,26510.4%63.8%
4San Juan County, Utah$3,685,5447.9%71.7%
5Utah County, Utah$2,763,2725.9%77.6%
6Juab County, Utah$1,672,4963.6%81.2%
7Salt Lake County, Utah$1,202,3942.6%83.8%
8Weber County, Utah$975,0572.1%85.8%
9Sanpete County, Utah$874,1211.9%87.7%
10Sevier County, Utah$836,1621.8%89.5%
11Tooele County, Utah$706,2951.5%91.0%
12Davis County, Utah$619,6661.3%92.3%
13Emery County, Utah$585,1991.3%93.6%
14Beaver County, Utah$527,3701.1%94.7%
15Uintah County, Utah$506,2511.1%95.8%
16Duchesne County, Utah$472,9611.0%96.8%
17Iron County, Utah$322,8780.7%97.5%
18Wayne County, Utah$287,3880.6%98.1%
19Morgan County, Utah$265,7900.6%98.7%
20Washington County, Utah$212,5690.5%99.1%
21Rich County, Utah$127,5650.3%99.4%
22Garfield County, Utah$120,2080.3%99.7%
23Carbon County, Utah$76,4710.2%99.8%
24Piute County, Utah$37,1960.1%99.9%
25Summit County, Utah$31,5570.1%100.0%
26Wasatch County, Utah$7,5460.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.


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