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Contact: Sara Sciammacco; ssciammacco@ewg.org

Government Records Show Crop Insurance Subsidies Are A Boon To Big Farm Interests
Washington, D.C. – A new analysis of over a million government records never before made
public and obtained by the Environmental Working Group through the Freedom of Information
Act has found that in 2011 more than 10,000 individual farming operations have received federal
crop insurance premium subsidies ranging from $100,000 to more than $1 million apiece. Some
26 farming operations received subsidies of $1 million or more last year.
It is the most detailed disclosure of federal crop insurance benefits to date, tracking subsidies
across 686,273 insurance policies issued to 486,867 policyholders last year, when the program’s
costs exceeded a record $11 billion. Yet one crucial detail is missing, deliberately and by an act
of Congress: the names of the beneficiaries.
“The eye-opening analysis shows crop insurance is not only very expensive, but also very, very
generous to large and highly profitable farm businesses,” said Craig Cox, EWG senior vice
president of agriculture and natural resources. “Now the public needs to know who they are.”
Using FOIA requests, EWG collected information from U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk
Management Agency about crop insurance policies and premium subsidies for individual
policyholders in each U.S. state and county. The records analyzed by EWG establish that the
holders of subsidized crop insurance policies, unlike other Americans engaged in professional
and commercial enterprises, enjoy extraordinarily costly federal perks in the form of premium
subsidies.
U.S. taxpayers pick up an average of about 62 percent of the crop insurance premiums for farm
businesses. Their share of these premiums has soared from $1.5 billion in 2002 to $7.4 billion in
2011. The subsidies go to large operators with no conservation strings attached to protect water
and soil, no means testing, and no payment limit on how much a farm business can collect.
Among the facts disclosed by the documents:
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A single farm business in Florida received $1.9 million in subsidies for premiums to
insure crops of tomatoes and peppers in five counties.
A Minnesota farm business insuring corn and soybeans in eight counties received $1.7
million in federal crop insurance subsidies.

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In Texas, the 10 percent of farm businesses that received the greatest amount of insurance
subsidies harvested 63 percent of all the crop insurance subsidies that went into the state
last year.
The 10 percent of North Dakota farm businesses that received the greatest amount of
insurance subsidies took in 45 percent of the subsidies going to all farms in the state.

The analysis also shows that while crop insurance benefits, like farm subsidies, are concentrated
in the hands of a small number of large farming operations, premium subsidies are modest for
the overwhelming majority of crop insurance policyholders. Those farm operations would be
unaffected by premium subsidy limits now being debated in Congress, such as the $40,000 limit
analyzed by the Government Accountability Office earlier this year. The bottom 80 percent of
policyholders (389,494 operations), for instance, received subsidies worth just over $5,000 in
2011.
The insurance subsidies are so controversial, and so lucrative to the companies that administer it,
that the industry’s powerful lobbyists prevailed on Congress to bar the U.S. Department of
Agriculture from disclosing identities of individual policyholders who reap the benefits.
“Taxpayers don’t know who is getting our money,” said EWG president Ken Cook. “Why hasn’t
Congress done its job and released the names for everyone to see, instead of serving the interests
of the crop insurance lobby?”
EWG has long advocated for increased transparency and accountability in the burgeoning federal
crop insurance program.
“Senate agriculture committee leaders ought to lift the veil of secrecy before the 2012 farm bill
hits the floor next month,” said Cook. “We must stop giving big payouts that guarantee income
to big agribusiness and pass a fair and equitable farm bill that makes meaningful reforms to crop
insurance, feeds the hungry, and improves the environment and public health,” said Cook.

EWG: THE POWER OF INFORMATION

Table 1. Twenty-six (26) policyholders got more than $1 million
dollars in premium subsidies in 2011.
Number  of  policyholders*  with  a  premium  subsidy  more  than:
State
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New  Hampshire
New  Jersey
New  Mexico
New  York
North  Carolina
North  Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode  Island
South  Carolina
South  Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West  Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
U.S.  Total

$1,000,000

$500,000

$250,000

$100,000

$65,000

0
0
0
3
2
0
0
0
3
4
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
2
4
0
0
1
3
1
1
0

0
0
1
6
9
0
0
0
6
7
0
4
16
5
4
3
5
2
0
2
0
2
11
5
3
1
9
1
0
0
2
1
3
27
3
1
0
1
0
4
29
3
21
0
0
2
5
1
6
0

14
0
13
32
43
39
0
2
23
23
0
18
62
25
40
52
33
19
0
7
0
19
54
40
36
9
43
3
0
0
14
2
23
171
17
13
7
5
0
19
130
25
201
0
0
9
19
1
27
0

138
0
65
195
190
234
7
27
74
225
1
74
490
301
294
485
189
152
6
50
2
168
563
315
400
154
347
6
0
8
54
29
262
1,696
183
177
30
33
0
137
970
188
1,764
1
0
92
90
7
233
5

287
0
108
402
333
476
15
54
138
497
2
145
1,211
839
858
1,336
415
289
18
110
6
424
1,452
552
897
383
960
7
1
14
93
72
560
3,477
537
414
55
101
0
261
1,890
435
3,203
5
3
189
183
10
543
18

26

165

1,131

10,152

22,575

* Note: Some policyholders had operations insured in multiple states. Each policyholder
was counted in each state in which they had operations.
Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

Table 2. The largest policyholders get the lion’s share of premium subsidies.
Percent of
policyholders

Percent of
payments

Number of
policyholders

Premium
subsidy per
policyholder

Total premium
subsidies

1%
2%
3%
4%
5%
6%
7%
8%
9%
10%
11%
12%
13%
14%
15%
16%
17%
18%
19%
20%

15%
23%
29%
34%
38%
42%
46%
49%
52%
54%
57%
59%
61%
63%
65%
67%
69%
70%
72%
73%

4,868
9,737
14,606
19,474
24,343
29,212
34,080
38,949
43,818
48,686
53,555
58,424
63,292
68,161
73,030
77,898
82,767
87,636
92,504
97,373

$1,103,140,198
$1,677,229,325
$2,123,679,608
$2,496,896,453
$2,819,553,705
$3,104,311,238
$3,360,104,536
$3,593,107,844
$3,806,502,426
$4,003,108,575
$4,184,950,410
$4,353,769,630
$4,511,259,200
$4,658,603,259
$4,797,056,652
$4,927,113,407
$5,049,635,820
$5,165,121,627
$5,274,184,724
$5,377,324,896

$226,611
$172,253
$145,398
$128,217
$115,826
$106,268
$98,595
$92,252
$86,871
$82,223
$78,143
$74,520
$71,277
$68,347
$65,686
$63,251
$61,010
$58,938
$57,016
$55,224

Bottom 80%

27%

389,494

$1,973,154,400

$5,066

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

Table 2. Concentration of premium subsidies in Texas
Percent of
policyholders

Percent of
payments

1%
2%
3%
4%
5%
6%
7%
8%
9%
10%
11%
12%
13%
14%
15%
16%
17%
18%
19%
20%

16%
25%
32%
38%
44%
48%
52%
56%
60%
63%
65%
68%
70%
72%
74%
76%
78%
79%
81%
82%

Bottom 80%

18%

Premium
Number of Total premium subsidy per
policyholder
policyholders
subsidies
389
778
1,167
1,556
1,946
2,335
2,724
3,113
3,502
3,892
4,281
4,670
5,059
5,448
5,838
6,227
6,616
7,005
7,394
7,784

$113,338,441
$179,728,955
$232,759,907
$277,599,923
$316,515,203
$350,528,133
$380,711,638
$407,653,554
$432,066,318
$454,275,853
$474,369,067
$492,734,181
$509,581,543
$524,961,367
$539,043,431
$551,852,464
$563,578,891
$574,389,385
$584,250,670
$593,334,940

$291,358
$231,014
$199,452
$178,406
$162,649
$150,119
$139,762
$130,952
$123,377
$116,720
$110,808
$105,511
$100,728
$96,359
$92,334
$88,623
$85,184
$81,997
$79,017
$76,225

31,136 $132,220,241

$4,247

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

Table 3. Concentration of premium subsidies in North Dakota
Percent of
policyholders

Percent of
payments

1%
2%
3%
4%
5%
6%
7%
8%
9%
10%
11%
12%
13%
14%
15%
16%
17%
18%
19%
20%

10%
16%
21%
25%
29%
33%
36%
39%
42%
45%
47%
50%
52%
54%
56%
58%
60%
62%
64%
65%

Bottom 80%

35%

Premium
Number of Total premium subsidy per
policyholder
policyholders
subsidies
203
406
609
812
1,015
1,218
1,421
1,624
1,827
2,031
2,234
2,437
2,640
2,843
3,046
3,249
3,452
3,655
3,859
4,062

$67,922,683
$107,993,663
$141,033,847
$170,267,812
$196,666,854
$220,846,939
$243,196,373
$263,985,681
$283,557,391
$302,095,428
$319,514,561
$336,068,187
$351,878,333
$366,986,941
$381,349,621
$395,051,232
$408,116,155
$420,565,613
$432,563,897
$444,020,976

$334,595
$265,994
$231,583
$209,689
$193,760
$181,319
$171,145
$162,553
$155,204
$148,742
$143,024
$137,902
$133,287
$129,084
$125,197
$121,592
$118,226
$115,066
$112,092
$109,311

16,249 $234,502,010

$14,432

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

Table 4. Crops insured by policyholders with premium subsidies of
$1 million or more.

Rank

Crop

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Corn
Potatoes
Soybeans
Fresh  Market  Tomatoes
Wheat
Cotton
Apples
Onions
Grapes
Cotton  Ex  Long  Staple

All  Crops  w/  Premium  Subsides  
$1  million  or  more

Premium  
Subsidy,  2011
$7,970,195
$4,335,952
$3,790,034
$2,971,163
$2,559,197
$2,466,608
$2,028,874
$1,361,507
$1,220,279
$962,332

Percent  of  
Premium  
Subsidies
24%
13%
12%
9%
8%
8%
6%
4%
4%
3%

$32,852,438

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

Table 5. Crops insured by policyholders with premium subsidies of
$500,000 or more.

Rank

Crop

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Corn
Wheat
Soybeans
Cotton
Potatoes
Fresh  Market  Tomatoes
Apples
Pasture,Rangeland,Forage
Sunflowers
Almonds

Premium  
Subsidy,  2011

Percent  of  
Premium  
Subsidies

$42,459,957
$15,607,416
$15,097,814
$14,691,378
$10,334,306
$4,297,726
$2,509,755
$2,438,886
$2,304,023
$2,051,204

34%
13%
12%
12%
8%
3%
2%
2%
2%
2%

Top  10  Crops  w/  Premium  Subsidies  
$500,000  or  more

$111,792,465

90%

All  Crops  w/  Premium  Subsides  
$500,000  or  more

$124,458,260

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

Table 5. Crops insured by policyholders with premium subsidies of
$250,000 or more.
Premium  
Subsidy,  2011

Percent  of  
Premium  
Subsidies

Rank

Crop

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Corn
Cotton
Soybeans
Wheat
Potatoes
Sunflowers
Fresh  Market  Tomatoes
Pasture,Rangeland,Forage
Grain  Sorghum
Apples

$148,450,780
$80,612,903
$59,795,723
$58,974,042
$20,254,776
$8,360,520
$7,994,853
$6,542,509
$6,141,679
$5,014,545

34%
18%
14%
13%
5%
2%
2%
1%
1%
1%

Top  10  Crops  w/  Premium  Subsides  
$250,000  or  more

$402,142,330

91%

All  Crops  w/  Premium  Subsides  
$250,000  or  more

$440,378,527

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from RMA data for crop year 2011.

TAXPAYERS PAID OVER $1 MILLION
IN PREMIUMS FOR THESE FARM BUSINESSES IN 2011
Fresh market tomatoes and peppers insured in 5 Florida counties ⎯ $1.9 million in
premiums paid by taxpayers.
Apples, blueberries, corn, grapes, mint, potatoes and sweet corn insured in 3 Washington
counties ⎯ $1.7 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn and soybeans insured in 8 Minnesota counties ⎯$1.7 million in premiums paid by
taxpayers.
Cotton, forage, safflower, tomatoes and wheat insured in two California counties ⎯ $1.6
million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Potatoes and wheat insured in 2 Texas counties ⎯ $1.6 million in premiums paid by
taxpayers.
Cotton, grain sorghum, pasture, rangeland and forage insured in 3 Texas counties ⎯ $1.4
million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, soybeans, sunflowers and wheat insured in 8 South Dakota counties ⎯ $1.4
million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, cotton and soybeans insured in 3 Mississippi counties and 4 Tennessee counties ⎯
$1.3 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Apples and cherries insured in 3 Washington counties ⎯ $1.3 million in premiums paid
by taxpayers.
Corn, peanuts, potatoes and soybeans insured in 1 North Carolina county, 4 Georgia
counties, 3 Missouri counties, 2 Arkansas counties and 1 Florida county ⎯ $1.2 million
in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, sunflowers and wheat insured in 6 South Dakota counties ⎯ $1.2 million in
premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn and cotton insured in 13 Georgia counties ⎯ $1.2 million in premiums paid by
taxpayers.
Potatoes insured in 2 Wisconsin counties and 9 Minnesota counties ⎯ $1.2 million in
premiums paid by taxpayers.
Barley, corn pasture, soybeans and wheat insured in 11 Virginia counties, 2 North
Carolina counties, 8 South Carolina counties and 2 West Virginia counties ⎯ $1.2
million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Fresh tomatoes and potatoes insured in 3 Florida counties and 1 Georgia county ⎯ $1.2
million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Canola, corn, dry beans, potatoes, soybeans and wheat insured in 7 North Dakota
counties ⎯ $1.1 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.

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Corn, soybeans, sunflowers and wheat insured in 1 North Dakota county, 7 South Dakota
counties and 1 Nebraska county ⎯ $1.1 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, cotton, grain sorghum, onions and sunflowers insured in 2 Texas counties ⎯ $1.1
million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn and soybeans insured in 5 Illinois counties, 6 Indiana counties, 2 Arkansas counties
⎯ $1.1 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, soybeans, wheat and barley insured in 2 Tennessee counties, 4 Kentucky counties
⎯ $1.1 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, dry beans, soybeans and wheat insured in 1 North Dakota county and 1 Minnesota
county ⎯ $1.1 million in premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, dry beans and wheat insured in 1 New Mexico county ⎯ $1.0 million in premiums
paid by taxpayers.
Apples, cherries, grapes, and pears insured in 9 Washington counties ⎯ $1.0 million in
premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, soybeans and wheat insured in 4 South Dakota counties ⎯ $1.0 million in
premiums paid by taxpayers.
Onions insured in 4 Georgia counties and 2 New York counties ⎯ $1.0 million in
premiums paid by taxpayers.
Corn, soybeans and wheat insured in 1 county in Arkansas ⎯ $ 1.0 million in premiums
paid by taxpayers.

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TAXPAYERS PAID OVER $1 MILLION IN PREMIUMS FOR THESE FARM
BUSINESSES IN 2011
PRODUCER ID

COUNTY

INSURED COMMODITY

SUBSIDY

FLORIDA
454362941
454362941
454362941
454362941
454362941
454362941
454362941
454362941
454362941

Manatee County, FL
Collier County, FL
Glades County, FL
Charlotte County, FL
Lee County, FL
Collier County, FL
Glades County, FL
Charlotte County, FL
Lee County, FL

Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Peppers
Peppers
Peppers
Peppers
TOTAL

$383,630
$1,246,858
$113,704
$38,159
$37,336
$36,098
$2,676
$2,934
$46,772
$1,908,167

WASHINGTON
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811
700627811

Yakima County, WA
Benton County, WA
Benton County, WA
Benton County, WA
Grant County, WA
Yakima County, WA
Benton County, WA
Benton County, WA
Benton County, WA
Benton County, WA

Apples
Apples
Blueberries
Corn
Grapes
Grapes
Grapes
Mint
Potatoes
Sweet Corn
TOTAL

$36,437
$133,274
$412,627
$1,681
$101,318
$120,672
$879,653
$43,082
$16,256
$2,131
$1,747,131

TOTAL

$28,813
$80,166
$92,032
$18,957
$212,621
$42,132
$375,774
$17,096
$138,230
$67,507
$7,886
$244,287
$48,769
$293,582
$1,667,852

MINNESOTA
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545
207726545

Rice County, MN
Olmsted County, MN
Wabasha County, MN
Dakota County, MN
Dodge County, MN
Fillmore County, MN
Goodhue County, MN
Rice County, MN
Olmsted County, MN
Wabasha County, MN
Mower County, MN
Dodge County, MN
Fillmore County, MN
Goodhue County, MN

Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans

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PRODUCER ID
CALIFORNIA
731202923
731202923
731202923
731202923
731202923
731202923
731202923
731202923

Kings County, CA
Kern County, CA
Kings County, CA
Kings County, CA
Kings County, CA
Kern County, CA
Kings County, CA
Kern County, CA

Cotton Ex Long Staple
Cotton Ex Long Staple
Forage Production
Safflower
Tomatoes
Tomatoes
Wheat
Wheat
TOTAL

$701,400
$260,932
$22,255
$167,715
$245,736
$112,248
$90,982
$40,466
$1,641,734

TEXAS
354182799
354182799
354182799

Lamb County, TX
Hartley County, TX
Hartley County, TX

Potatoes
Potatoes
Wheat
TOTAL

$78,705
$1,521,218
$16,799
$1,616,722

Cotton
Grain Sorghum
Pasture,rangeland,forage
Pasture,rangeland,forage
Pasture,rangeland,forage
TOTAL

$556,632
$241,408
$190,670
$83,548
$363,893
$1,436,151

Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Sunflowers
Wheat

$386,210
$253,484
$40,234
$108,502
$17,781
$16,607
$32,279
$295,832
$10,952
$47,820
$67,029
$2,648
$54,709
$2,955
$16,320
$1,447
$1,354,809

TEXAS
569789651
569789651
569789651
569789651
569789651

COUNTY

Kleberg County, TX
Kleberg County, TX
Kenedy County, TX
Brooks County, TX
Kleberg County, TX

SOUTH DAKOTA
387432991
Hand County, SD
387432991
Beadle County, SD
387432991
Clark County, SD
387432991
Kingsbury County, SD
387432991
Jerauld County, SD
387432991
Sanborn County, SD
387432991
Hand County, SD
387432991
Beadle County, SD
387432991
Miner County, SD
387432991
Clark County, SD
387432991
Kingsbury County, SD
387432991
Jerauld County, SD
387432991
Spink County, SD
387432991
Sanborn County, SD
387432991
Beadle County, SD
387432991
Clark County, SD

INSURED COMMODITY

TOTAL

Page 2

SUBSIDY

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
MISSISSIPPI - TENNESSEE
478312235
Tallahatchie County, MS
478312235
Quitman County, MS
478312235
McNairy County, TN
478312235
Shelby County, TN
478312235
Shelby County, TN
478312235
Lauderdale County, TN
478312235
Tallahatchie County, MS
478312235
Coahoma County, MS
478312235
Quitman County, MS
478312235
McNairy County, TN
478312235
McNairy County, TN
478312235
Shelby County, TN
478312235
Shelby County, TN
478312235
Lauderdale County, TN
478312235
Tallahatchie County, MS
478312235
Quitman County, MS
478312235
Coahoma County, MS
478312235
McNairy County, TN
478312235
Shelby County, TN
478312235
Shelby County, TN
478312235
Hardin County, TN
478312235
Lauderdale County, TN
WASHINGTON
414946119
414946119
414946119
414946119
414946119

Grant County, WA
Walla Walla County, WA
Benton County, WA
Walla Walla County, WA
Benton County, WA

INSURED COMMODITY
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
TOTAL

$156,382
$48,131
$32,827
$86,960
$43,985
$69,271
$26,396
$210,744
$34,616
$425
$215,582
$79,357
$25,615
$39,700
$3,522
$18,483
$21,574
$12,605
$34,319
$69,357
$2,207
$82,293
$1,314,351

TOTAL

$13,067
$1,203,658
$32,239
$57,975
$3,462
$1,310,401

Apples
Apples
Apples
Cherries
Cherries

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SUBSIDY

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
INSURED COMMODITY
NORTH CAROLINA - GEORGIA - MISSOURI - ARKANSAS - FLORIDA
346410753
Tyrrell County, NC
Corn
346410753
Dodge County, GA
Peanuts
346410753
Pulaski County, GA
Peanuts
346410753
Bleckley County, GA
Peanuts
346410753
Dooly County, GA
Peanuts
346410753
Dunklin County, MO
Potatoes
346410753
Mississippi County, MO
Potatoes
346410753
Mississippi County, AR
Potatoes
346410753
Scott County, MO
Potatoes
346410753
Tyrrell County, NC
Potatoes
346410753
Grand Forks County, ND
Potatoes
346410753
Wicomico County, MD
Potatoes
346410753
Pulaski County, GA
Potatoes
346410753
Bleckley County, GA
Potatoes
346410753
Greene County, AR
Potatoes
346410753
Dooly County, GA
Potatoes
346410753
Suwannee County, FL
Potatoes
346410753
Dorchester County, MD
Potatoes
346410753
Frio County, TX
Potatoes
346410753
Traill County, ND
Potatoes
346410753
Caroline County, MD
Potatoes
346410753
Dunklin County, MO
Soybeans
346410753
Mississippi County, AR
Soybeans
346410753
Tyrrell County, NC
Soybeans
TOTAL
SOUTH DAKOTA
354169578
Hyde County, SD
354169578
Ziebach County, SD
354169578
Dewey County, SD
354169578
Potter County, SD
354169578
Sully County, SD
354169578
Hyde County, SD
354169578
Ziebach County, SD
354169578
Dewey County, SD
354169578
Sully County, SD
354169578
Potter County, SD
354169578
Big Horn County, MT
354169578
Hyde County, SD
354169578
Ziebach County, SD
354169578
Dewey County, SD
354169578
Sully County, SD
354169578
Potter County, SD

Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
TOTAL

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SUBSIDY
$1,121
$2,331
$21,343
$3,097
$2,031
$94,342
$37,508
$13,363
$17,435
$140,415
$64,890
$16,139
$224,472
$38,043
$2,760
$15,404
$90,724
$128,873
$250,803
$7,043
$52,283
$839
$724
$8,294
$1,234,277
$35,282
$21,547
$32,779
$41,912
$35,549
$4,692
$113,025
$78,837
$55,520
$28,383
$239,576
$52,239
$160,130
$172,349
$18,751
$127,678
$1,218,249

PRODUCER ID
GEORGIA
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070
207928070

COUNTY
Evans County, GA
Evans County, GA
Treutlen County, GA
Emanuel County, GA
Screven County, GA
Montgomery County, GA
Tattnall County, GA
Jenkins County, GA
Bulloch County, GA
Toombs County, GA
Laurens County, GA
Wheeler County, GA
Candler County, GA
Effingham County, GA

WISCONSIN - MINNESOTA
316515753
Dunn County, WI
316515753
Pepin County, WI
316515753
Sherburne County, MN
316515753
Becker County, MN
316515753
Todd County, MN
316515753
Pope County, MN
316515753
East Otter Tail County, MN
316515753
Wadena County, MN
316515753
Cass County, MN
316515753
Hubbard County, MN
316515753
West Otter Tail County, MN

INSURED COMMODITY
Corn
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
Cotton
TOTAL

$2,661
$93,819
$86,382
$86,742
$191,422
$94,566
$103,032
$26,415
$211,345
$96,817
$5,356
$13,577
$181,832
$2,575
$1,196,541

TOTAL

$39,227
$30,546
$63,577
$198,154
$22,988
$59,126
$309,867
$144,517
$11,072
$195,520
$111,303
$1,185,897

Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes

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SUBSIDY

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
INSURED COMMODITY
SUBSIDY
VIRGINIA - NORTH CAROLINA - SOUTH CAROLINA - WEST VIRGINIA
157348166
Orange County, VA
Barley
$18,843
157348166
Fluvanna County, VA
Barley
$3,816
157348166
Currituck County, NC
Corn
$41,654
157348166
Goochland County, VA
Corn
$19,353
157348166
Botetourt County, VA
Corn
$55,510
157348166
Williamsburg County, SC
Corn
$51,009
157348166
Sumter County, SC
Corn
$57,634
157348166
Rockbridge County, VA
Corn
$6,584
157348166
Marion County, SC
Corn
$70,543
157348166
Clarendon County, SC
Corn
$256,260
157348166
Florence County, SC
Corn
$96,471
157348166
Pasquotank County, NC
Corn
$68,283
157348166
Monroe County, WV
Corn
$29,109
157348166
Craig County, VA
Corn
$10,074
157348166
Raleigh County, WV
Corn
$3,628
157348166
Dillon County, SC
Corn
$41,321
157348166
Orange County, VA
Corn
$18,295
157348166
Bath County, VA
Corn
$21,818
157348166
Amelia County, VA
Corn
$5,123
157348166
Lee County, SC
Corn
$66,228
157348166
Culpeper County, VA
Corn
$26,303
157348166
Alleghany County, VA
Corn
$7,029
157348166
Darlington County, SC
Corn
$24,021
157348166
Fluvanna County, VA
Corn
$66,689
157348166
Bedford County, VA
Corn
$7,701
157348166
Sumter County, SC
Cotton
$2,650
157348166
Clarendon County, SC
Cotton
$230
157348166
Florence County, SC
Cotton
$3,689
157348166
Orange County, VA
Pasture,rangeland,forage
$6,839
157348166
Pasquotank County, NC
Soybeans
$1,473
157348166
Orange County, VA
Soybeans
$12,880
157348166
Fluvanna County, VA
Soybeans
$3,843
157348166
Sumter County, SC
Wheat
$19,035
157348166
Clarendon County, SC
Wheat
$8,731
157348166
Florence County, SC
Wheat
$22,312
157348166
Monroe County, WV
Wheat
$3,286
157348166
Darlington County, SC
Wheat
$15,181
TOTAL
$1,173,448
FLORIDA - CALIFORNIA - GEORGIA
332020883
Collier County, FL
332020883
Fresno County, CA
332020883
Decatur County, GA
332020883
Hendry County, FL
332020883
Gadsden County, FL
332020883
Collier County, FL

Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Fresh Market Tomatoes
Potatoes
TOTAL

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$551,073
$360,686
$186,406
$25,413
$27,898
$13,106
$1,164,582

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
NORTH DAKOTA
280038089
Ward County, ND
280038089
Cass County, ND
280038089
Grand Forks County, ND
280038089
Grand Forks County, ND
280038089
Pembina County, ND
280038089
Walsh County, ND
280038089
Traill County, ND
280038089
Pembina County, ND
280038089
Walsh County, ND
280038089
Cass County, ND
280038089
Grand Forks County, ND
280038089
Pembina County, ND
280038089
Ward County, ND
280038089
Grand Forks County, ND
280038089
Steele County, ND
280038089
Pembina County, ND
280038089
Ward County, ND
280038089
Traill County, ND

INSURED COMMODITY
Canola
Corn
Corn
Dry Beans
Dry Beans
Dry Beans
Dry Beans
Potatoes
Potatoes
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
TOTAL

$1,925
$143,336
$98,905
$50,110
$143,811
$48,607
$26,364
$302,456
$23,817
$45,955
$79,790
$16,828
$10,303
$20,218
$4,372
$48,696
$25,869
$21,831
$1,113,193

TOTAL

$173,069
$19,513
$57,641
$148,795
$107,592
$97,356
$36,206
$63,019
$19,411
$26,508
$16,447
$75,912
$40,396
$38,619
$80,383
$107,025
$1,107,892

NORTH DAKOTA - SOUTH DAKOTA - NEBRASKA
154451848
Dickey County, ND
Corn
154451848
Brown County, SD
Corn
154451848
Rock County, NE
Corn
154451848
Edmunds County, SD
Corn
154451848
Spink County, SD
Corn
154451848
Dickey County, ND
Soybeans
154451848
Brown County, SD
Soybeans
154451848
Edmunds County, SD
Soybeans
154451848
Spink County, SD
Soybeans
154451848
Faulk County, SD
Soybeans
154451848
Hand County, SD
Sunflowers
154451848
Hand County, SD
Wheat
154451848
McPherson County, SD
Wheat
154451848
Dickey County, ND
Wheat
154451848
Brown County, SD
Wheat
154451848
Edmunds County, SD
Wheat
TEXAS
571248560
571248560
571248560
571248560
571248560
571248560
571248560
571248560

Hidalgo County, TX
Starr County, TX
Hidalgo County, TX
Starr County, TX
Starr County, TX
Hidalgo County, TX
Starr County, TX
Hidalgo County, TX

Corn
Corn
Cotton
Cotton
Grain Sorghum
Onions
Onions
Sunflowers
TOTAL

Page 7

SUBSIDY

$119,190
$539,390
$15,464
$61,628
$4,213
$52,958
$292,062
$11,126
$1,096,031

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
ILLINOIS - INDIANA - ARKANSAS
270531206
Vermilion County, IL
270531206
Jasper County, IN
270531206
Fountain County, IN
270531206
Champaign County, IL
270531206
Parke County, IN
270531206
Ford County, IL
270531206
Iroquois County, IL
270531206
Edgar County, IL
270531206
Newton County, IN
270531206
Montgomery County, IN
270531206
Vermillion County, IN
270531206
Vigo County, IN
270531206
Vermilion County, IL
270531206
Fountain County, IN
270531206
Crittenden County, AR
270531206
Vermillion County, IN
270531206
St Francis County, AR
TENNESSEE - KENTUCKY
478344080
Robertson County, TN
478344080
Robertson County, TN
478344080
Logan County, KY
478344080
Todd County, KY
478344080
Simpson County, KY
478344080
Montgomery County, TN
478344080
Robertson County, TN
478344080
Logan County, KY
478344080
Todd County, KY
478344080
Simpson County, KY
478344080
Montgomery County, TN
478344080
Warren County, KY
478344080
Robertson County, TN
478344080
Logan County, KY
478344080
Todd County, KY
478344080
Simpson County, KY
478344080
Warren County, KY
NORTH DAKOTA - MINNESOTA
154982813
Pembina County, ND
154982813
Kittson County, MN
154982813
Pembina County, ND
154982813
Pembina County, ND
154982813
Kittson County, MN
154982813
Pembina County, ND
154982813
Kittson County, MN

INSURED COMMODITY

SUBSIDY

Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
TOTAL

$146,229
$52,738
$55,115
$5,823
$14,264
$12,461
$82,175
$6,130
$14,708
$6,588
$479,484
$36,342
$4,988
$5,528
$55,148
$9,630
$99,216
$1,086,567

Barley
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Corn
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
Wheat
TOTAL

$9,478
$203,410
$74,221
$61,318
$129,013
$13,548
$124,669
$167,478
$61,738
$44,745
$13,775
$16,042
$32,381
$69,027
$20,797
$34,953
$7,245
$1,083,838

TOTAL

$54,388
$162,199
$54,768
$410,978
$28,265
$335,408
$12,207
$1,058,213

Corn
Corn
Dry Beans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Wheat
Wheat

Page 8

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
NEW MEXICO
654014434
San Juan County, NM
654014434
San Juan County, NM
654014434
San Juan County, NM
WASHINGTON
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466
700753466

Franklin County, WA
Chelan County, WA
Okanogan County, WA
Grant County, WA
Kittitas County, WA
Yakima County, WA
Douglas County, WA
Benton County, WA
Chelan County, WA
Franklin County, WA
Okanogan County, WA
Grant County, WA
Yakima County, WA
Douglas County, WA
Benton County, WA
Grant County, WA
Yakima County, WA
Benton County, WA
Okanogan County, WA
Yakima County, WA
Douglas County, WA

NORTH DAKOTA
203419213
Stutsman County, ND
203419213
Barnes County, ND
203419213
Foster County, ND
203419213
Wells County, ND
203419213
Stutsman County, ND
203419213
Barnes County, ND
203419213
Foster County, ND
203419213
Stutsman County, ND
GEORGIA - NEW YORK
239875124
Evans County, GA
239875124
Wayne County, GA
239875124
Tattnall County, GA
239875124
Bulloch County, GA
239875124
Oswego County, NY
239875124
Cayuga County, NY

INSURED COMMODITY
Corn
Dry Beans
Wheat
TOTAL

$783,683
$119,831
$140,941
$1,044,455

TOTAL

$96,723
$16,940
$56,638
$312,236
$7,645
$49,964
$43,230
$26,823
$4,190
$36,918
$46,002
$129,468
$44,479
$15,515
$27,044
$109,695
$7,319
$1,622
$4,251
$184
$1,259
$1,038,145

TOTAL

$308,483
$14,653
$3,115
$9,880
$425,940
$63,574
$32,709
$165,551
$1,023,905

Apples
Apples
Apples
Apples
Apples
Apples
Apples
Apples
Cherries
Cherries
Cherries
Cherries
Cherries
Cherries
Cherries
Grapes
Grapes
Grapes
Pears
Pears
Pears

Corn
Corn
Corn
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Soybeans
Wheat

Onions
Onions
Onions
Onions
Onions
Onions

$114,747
$311,847
$275,369
$76,572
$64,020
$173,932
TOTAL

Page 9

SUBSIDY

$1,016,487

PRODUCER ID
COUNTY
ARKANSAS
202079785
Miller County, AR
202079785
Miller County, AR
202079785
Miller County, AR

INSURED COMMODITY
Corn
Soybeans
Wheat
TOTAL

Page 10

SUBSIDY
$508,635
$216,361
$288,404
$1,013,400