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Wheat Subsidies** in Georgia totaled $247 million from 1995-2012.

States Receiving wheat subsidies**, 1995-2012
Rank State Wheat Subsidies**
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$5,766,895,75516.2%16.2%
2North Dakota$5,452,150,49915.4%31.6%
3Oklahoma$2,826,177,2958.0%39.6%
4Montana$2,720,639,7117.7%47.2%
5Texas$2,453,777,1306.9%54.1%
6South Dakota$1,710,786,0514.8%59.0%
7Washington$1,601,859,6004.5%63.5%
8Minnesota$1,594,954,6834.5%68.0%
9Colorado$1,435,758,9834.0%72.0%
10Nebraska$1,186,418,6143.3%75.3%
11Idaho$1,168,916,7153.3%78.6%
12Missouri$900,751,8292.5%81.2%
13Illinois$717,385,2792.0%83.2%
14Oregon$689,452,0491.9%85.1%
15Ohio$629,678,8261.8%86.9%
16Arkansas$620,031,8901.7%88.7%
17California$557,367,9091.6%90.2%
18Indiana$371,708,6811.0%91.3%
19Michigan$369,537,6831.0%92.3%
20North Carolina$289,181,9620.8%93.1%
21Kentucky$265,290,4520.7%93.9%
22Georgia$246,994,5380.7%94.6%
23Tennessee$236,585,4850.7%95.2%
24Mississippi$202,738,3510.6%95.8%
25New Mexico$185,440,3180.5%96.3%
26South Carolina$141,634,3040.4%96.7%
27Virginia$131,689,4920.4%97.1%
28Louisiana$128,455,2300.4%97.5%
29Arizona$119,303,7390.3%97.8%
30Alabama$103,850,6070.3%98.1%
31Utah$102,619,6300.3%98.4%
32Wisconsin$98,867,6470.3%98.7%
33Wyoming$98,696,2090.3%98.9%
34Maryland$81,341,1550.2%99.2%
35New York$69,939,9770.2%99.4%
36Pennsylvania$49,946,1860.1%99.5%
37Iowa$28,528,7880.1%99.6%
38Delaware$25,319,7760.1%99.6%
39Nevada$15,893,1650.0%99.7%
40Florida$15,432,8950.0%99.7%
41New Jersey$11,581,3530.0%99.8%
42West Virginia$3,842,4390.0%99.8%
43Maine$278,6400.0%99.8%
44Vermont$190,7330.0%99.8%
45Alaska$19,4750.0%99.8%
46Massachusetts$12,2620.0%99.8%
47Connecticut$9,8950.0%99.8%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.