The concentration analysis of the agricultural and rural development subsidies in the Southern Great Plain Region were carried out in two periods, in the budget periods of 2004-2006 and 2007-2013, respectively. There is a difference experienced in the concentration between 2004 and 2006; however, the concentration is more balanced with respect to each year. In the regional values the fact may be realized that the share of farmers from the subsidy is balanced. In the period between 2007 and 2013 even the minimal difference in the concentration disappeared relating to the examined years. The value of the concentration index, that is the share of the three performers getting the highest subsidies of the total, proves the run of Lorenz curves, as the indicator has been reflecting an average value around 10% in the region since 2006 in each year. By evaluating the data relating to the subsidies in the Southern Great Plain Region, the fact may be concluded that the concentration became equalized in the examined area.