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Georgia Farm Subsidy Breakdown, 2014

Total Subsidies, Georgia, 2014

Georgia Farm Subsidy Quick Facts

  • Georgia ranking: 17 of 50 States
  • 68 percent of farms in Georgia did not collect subsidy payments - according to USDA.

Top programs in Georgia, 2014:

Rank Program Number of Recipients
Subsidy Total
1Livestock Forage Disaster Program6,495$73,992,223
2Cotton Transistion Assistance Program8,569$48,368,412
3Conservation Reserve Program6,174$17,424,989
4Market Gains310$16,959,829
5Loan Deficiency1,421$13,667,061
6Tobacco Transition Payment1,101$11,447,768
7Non-insured Disaster Assistance138$1,906,185
8Emergency Livestock Assistance Program (ELAP)47$1,633,614
9Emergency Conservation Program133$1,547,914
10Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP)48$249,432

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