Group 1, 2007, Total value of 11.903397.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 1.501821 which is 12.6% of 2007.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.072219 which is 25.8% of 2007.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 2.269695 which is 19.1% of 2007.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 5.059662 which is 42.5% of 2007.

Group 2, 2008, Total value of 12.241726.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 2.943374 which is 24.0% of 2008.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.155099 which is 25.8% of 2008.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 1.033061 which is 8.4% of 2008.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 5.110192 which is 41.7% of 2008.

Group 3, 2009, Total value of 12.176504.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 2.363604 which is 19.4% of 2009.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 2.824278 which is 23.2% of 2009.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 2.263304 which is 18.6% of 2009.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 4.725318 which is 38.8% of 2009.

Group 4, 2010, Total value of 12.391659.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 3.61534 which is 29.2% of 2010.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.219467 which is 26.0% of 2010.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 0.747585 which is 6.0% of 2010.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 4.809267 which is 38.8% of 2010.

Group 5, 2011, Total value of 10.420529.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 2.002204 which is 19.2% of 2011.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.674324 which is 35.3% of 2011.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 0.038318 which is .4% of 2011.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 4.705683 which is 45.2% of 2011.

Group 6, 2012, Total value of 10.635118.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 2.213488 which is 20.8% of 2012.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.695063 which is 34.7% of 2012.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 0.039546 which is .4% of 2012.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 4.687021 which is 44.1% of 2012.

Group 7, 2013, Total value of 11.003797.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 2.829643 which is 25.7% of 2013.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.679896 which is 33.4% of 2013.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 0.205727 which is 1.9% of 2013.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 4.288531 which is 39.0% of 2013.

Group 8, 2014, Total value of 9.766845.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 5.377382 which is 55.1% of 2014.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.561396 which is 36.5% of 2014.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 0.349407 which is 3.6% of 2014.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 0.47866 which is 4.9% of 2014.

Group 9, 2015, Total value of 10.804487.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 1.811179 which is 16.8% of 2015.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.618928 which is 33.5% of 2015.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 5.353871 which is 49.6% of 2015.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 0.020509 which is .2% of 2015.

Group 10, 2016, Total value of 12.653219.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 0.684011 which is 5.4% of 2016.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.763963 which is 29.7% of 2016.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 8.20953 which is 64.9% of 2016.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of -0.004285 which is -.0% of 2016.

Group 11, 2017F, Total value of 11.189274.

Item 1, All other farm program payments 1/ value of 0.697531 which is 6.2% of 2017F.

Item 2, Conservation payments value of 3.680141 which is 32.9% of 2017F.

Item 3, Payments that are a function of crop prices 2/ value of 6.811602 which is 60.9% of 2017F.

Item 4, Fixed payments 3/ value of 0 which is .0% of 2017F.

Note: F = forecast. 1/ All other payments include supplemental and ad hoc disaster assistance, tobacco transition, and dairy programs. 2/ Includes counter-cyclical payments (CCP), average crop revenue election (ACRE) payments, loan deficiency payments (excluding grazeout payments), marketing loan gains, and certificate exchange gains. CCP and ACRE were not continued in the 2014 Farm Bill. Price loss coverage (PLC) and agricultural risk coverage (ARC) payments began in 2015. 3/ Includes direct fixed payments portion of Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program (DCP) and Cotton Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) payments. CTAP was designed to make payments only in 2014 and 2015. Source: USDA, Economic Research Service, Farm Income and Wealth Statistics. Data as of November 29, 2017.