Livestock Subsidies in Washington totaled $57.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Washington Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yakima County, Washington$9,038,94215.7%15.7%
2Grant County, Washington$5,885,96210.2%25.9%
3Okanogan County, Washington$5,404,8539.4%35.3%
4Klickitat County, Washington$4,272,0887.4%42.7%
5Whatcom County, Washington$3,963,0646.9%49.6%
6Adams County, Washington$3,345,1245.8%55.4%
7Lincoln County, Washington$2,770,9904.8%60.2%
8Whitman County, Washington$2,538,2284.4%64.6%
9Franklin County, Washington$2,125,1483.7%68.3%
10Lewis County, Washington$1,900,0363.3%71.6%
11Skagit County, Washington$1,582,5372.7%74.3%
12Asotin County, Washington$1,506,7902.6%77.0%
13Stevens County, Washington$1,374,9342.4%79.3%
14Douglas County, Washington$1,313,7632.3%81.6%
15Snohomish County, Washington$1,295,8282.2%83.9%
16Garfield County, Washington$1,218,4152.1%86.0%
17Kittitas County, Washington$1,103,5471.9%87.9%
18King County, Washington$1,077,0971.9%89.8%
19Spokane County, Washington$959,1911.7%91.4%
20Thurston County, Washington$852,1631.5%92.9%
21Benton County, Washington$608,7111.1%94.0%
22Columbia County, Washington$604,8191.0%95.0%
23Ferry County, Washington$587,7371.0%96.0%
24Pierce County, Washington$411,3070.7%96.8%
25Walla Walla County, Washington$291,6840.5%97.3%
26Clark County, Washington$247,3290.4%97.7%
27Pacific County, Washington$229,1120.4%98.1%
28Pend Oreille County, Washington$191,7440.3%98.4%
29Skamania County, Washington$189,1020.3%98.8%
30Grays Harbor County, Washington$186,1900.3%99.1%
31Chelan County, Washington$101,3900.2%99.3%
32Wahkiakum County, Washington$100,6450.2%99.4%
33Cowlitz County, Washington$96,3010.2%99.6%
34Island County, Washington$87,6720.2%99.7%
35Clallam County, Washington$76,2290.1%99.9%
36Jefferson County, Washington$38,6950.1%99.9%
37Mason County, Washington$14,4900.0%100.0%
38San Juan County, Washington$11,3440.0%100.0%
39Kitsap County, Washington$4,3370.0%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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