|Bailey||$8.860 million||$14.427 million||+$5.567 million|
|Cochran||$11.201 million||$18.368 million||+$7.167 million|
|Crosby||$18.897 million||$32.062 million||+$13.165 million|
|Dickens||$2.067 million||$3.922 million||+$1.855 million|
|Floyd||$24.436 million||$37.540 million||+$13.104 million|
|Garza||$3.667 million||$5.904 million||+$2.237 million|
|Hale||$37.813 million||$56.725 million||+$18.912 million|
|Hockley||$21.293 million||$35.289 million||+$13.996 million|
|King||$0.427 million||$0.986 million||+$0.559 million|
|Lamb||$20.635 million||$35.380 million||+$14.745 million|
|Lubbock||$23.505 million||$42.670 million||+$19.165 million|
|Lynn||$20.162 million||$35.408 million||+$15.245 million|
|Motley||$2.119 million||$3.617 million||+$1.497 million|
|Terry||$22.312 million||$37.991 million||+$15.679 million|
|Yoakum||$12.101 million||$19.340 million||+$7.239 million|
|Total||$229.496 million||$379.629 million||+$150.132 million|
Benefits include government payments associated with cotton, corn, sorghum, wheat, soybeans, sunflowers, barley, and oats. They are based on August crop and price estimates, and assumed base and yield improvements. Benefits are for the 2002 crop year only, but not all payments will be made during the 2002 calendar year.
Figures represent government payments only for these crops, and do not include the market value of these crops - typically ranging around $500 million per year in the county area.
Not included in this analysis are:
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