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Wheat Subsidies** in Massachusetts totaled $272 in 2010

States Receiving wheat subsidies**, 2010
Rank State Wheat Subsidies**
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$331,937,39619.2%19.2%
2Kansas$282,068,00116.3%35.5%
3Montana$146,774,7148.5%43.9%
4Texas$145,505,5348.4%52.3%
5Oklahoma$120,304,9526.9%59.3%
6South Dakota$78,621,2984.5%63.8%
7Colorado$73,958,4744.3%68.1%
8Minnesota$68,069,7933.9%72.0%
9Washington$51,305,9103.0%75.0%
10Nebraska$46,170,6292.7%77.7%
11Idaho$45,915,2072.7%80.3%
12Missouri$36,271,4832.1%82.4%
13California$28,545,9271.6%84.1%
14Oregon$28,084,1131.6%85.7%
15Illinois$25,025,1601.4%87.1%
16Arkansas$24,382,2241.4%88.5%
17Ohio$23,070,7901.3%89.9%
18Michigan$14,527,0850.8%90.7%
19North Carolina$14,206,2710.8%91.5%
20Indiana$12,936,2930.7%92.3%
21Kentucky$11,905,7620.7%93.0%
22New Mexico$10,763,9020.6%93.6%
23Tennessee$10,623,3190.6%94.2%
24Arizona$9,581,2800.6%94.7%
25Mississippi$9,079,3400.5%95.3%
26Georgia$8,327,5330.5%95.7%
27Louisiana$5,883,8400.3%96.1%
28Virginia$5,678,0230.3%96.4%
29South Carolina$5,647,0270.3%96.7%
30Utah$4,790,6400.3%97.0%
31Wyoming$4,644,9830.3%97.3%
32Wisconsin$4,409,4360.3%97.5%
33Alabama$4,229,5110.2%97.8%
34Maryland$3,168,3490.2%98.0%
35New York$2,497,5220.1%98.1%
36Pennsylvania$1,876,7530.1%98.2%
37Nevada$970,3210.1%98.3%
38Iowa$963,7230.1%98.3%
39Delaware$884,7740.1%98.4%
40Florida$527,0920.0%98.4%
41New Jersey$424,5780.0%98.4%
42West Virginia$139,8250.0%98.4%
43Maine$17,2870.0%98.4%
44Vermont$8,3480.0%98.4%
45Alaska$4430.0%98.4%
46Massachusetts$2720.0%98.4%
47Connecticut$710.0%98.4%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.