Livestock Subsidies in Campbell County, Wyoming totaled $29.0 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Campbell County, Wyoming Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Campbell County, Wyoming$29,040,39911.4%11.4%
2Crook County, Wyoming$23,162,6859.1%20.5%
3Fremont County, Wyoming$18,110,0877.1%27.7%
4Niobrara County, Wyoming$17,215,7886.8%34.4%
5Weston County, Wyoming$16,438,1096.5%40.9%
6Johnson County, Wyoming$16,006,1846.3%47.2%
7Natrona County, Wyoming$14,835,5765.8%53.0%
8Converse County, Wyoming$12,094,2424.8%57.8%
9Goshen County, Wyoming$11,558,9704.5%62.3%
10Platte County, Wyoming$11,063,7594.4%66.7%
11Sheridan County, Wyoming$11,051,3224.3%71.0%
12Carbon County, Wyoming$10,582,5144.2%75.2%
13Laramie County, Wyoming$8,616,2943.4%78.6%
14Sublette County, Wyoming$8,526,7313.4%81.9%
15Lincoln County, Wyoming$8,262,6083.3%85.2%
16Big Horn County, Wyoming$7,450,0272.9%88.1%
17Washakie County, Wyoming$6,590,6322.6%90.7%
18Albany County, Wyoming$6,299,0902.5%93.2%
19Sweetwater County, Wyoming$5,804,1692.3%95.5%
20Uinta County, Wyoming$4,425,1431.7%97.2%
21Hot Springs County, Wyoming$4,038,4631.6%98.8%
22Park County, Wyoming$3,034,5341.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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