Barley Subsidies in the United States totaled $114 million in 2011

States Receiving barley subsidies, 2011

Rank State Barley Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$35,885,18131.5%31.5%
2Montana$28,479,86425.0%56.4%
3Idaho$13,562,20711.9%68.3%
4Washington$7,412,6866.5%74.8%
5Minnesota$7,176,7376.3%81.1%
6Colorado$3,636,6113.2%84.3%
7California$2,721,8662.4%86.7%
8Oregon$2,297,2272.0%88.7%
9South Dakota$2,073,8791.8%90.5%
10Wyoming$1,804,8131.6%92.1%
11Kansas$1,177,4881.0%93.1%
12Utah$1,161,8321.0%94.2%
13Virginia$1,030,3980.9%95.1%
14Arizona$707,1920.6%95.7%
15Wisconsin$617,9040.5%96.2%
16Nebraska$557,8850.5%96.7%
17Maryland$540,9700.5%97.2%
18Delaware$432,7120.4%97.6%
19Pennsylvania$329,5170.3%97.9%
20Texas$324,2200.3%98.1%
21New Mexico$305,3620.3%98.4%
22North Carolina$287,3040.3%98.7%
23Michigan$268,3080.2%98.9%
24Nevada$176,1140.2%99.1%
25Maine$175,6080.2%99.2%
26Kentucky$145,1100.1%99.3%
27Oklahoma$125,4030.1%99.4%
28Alaska$120,7240.1%99.5%
29New York$116,6410.1%99.7%
30South Carolina$68,2470.1%99.7%
31Georgia$54,1800.0%99.8%
32Missouri$52,5970.0%99.8%
33New Jersey$45,3920.0%99.8%
34Tennessee$41,3690.0%99.9%
35Iowa$32,1490.0%99.9%
36Ohio$30,3300.0%99.9%
37West Virginia$25,7960.0%100.0%
38Indiana$17,2770.0%100.0%
39Illinois$17,1920.0%100.0%
40Vermont$7,4080.0%100.0%
41Alabama$4,2020.0%100.0%
42New Hampshire$2240.0%100.0%
43Mississippi$1640.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$1640.0%100.0%
45Arkansas$1500.0%100.0%
46Louisiana$280.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$190.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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