Wheat Subsidies in the United States totaled $965 million in 2014

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 2014

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$169,696,01317.6%17.6%
2Kansas$162,399,11916.8%34.4%
3Texas$130,000,77013.5%47.9%
4Oklahoma$86,477,4479.0%56.8%
5South Dakota$70,406,0347.3%64.1%
6Montana$67,058,0266.9%71.1%
7Colorado$51,383,0485.3%76.4%
8Nebraska$27,473,7902.8%79.3%
9Minnesota$23,424,7122.4%81.7%
10Washington$19,786,3932.1%83.7%
11Idaho$15,006,5981.6%85.3%
12Missouri$14,307,0971.5%86.8%
13North Carolina$12,719,0211.3%88.1%
14Illinois$12,523,4351.3%89.4%
15Kentucky$11,297,0211.2%90.6%
16Oregon$9,519,1451.0%91.6%
17Arkansas$9,285,0371.0%92.5%
18New Mexico$8,234,1560.9%93.4%
19Tennessee$7,028,4940.7%94.1%
20Michigan$6,894,9420.7%94.8%
21Ohio$6,223,1600.6%95.5%
22Mississippi$5,689,6710.6%96.0%
23California$5,464,9060.6%96.6%
24Indiana$4,695,5460.5%97.1%
25Louisiana$3,763,8350.4%97.5%
26Virginia$3,604,8000.4%97.9%
27Alabama$3,451,5610.4%98.2%
28Wisconsin$3,241,9590.3%98.6%
29South Carolina$2,862,9500.3%98.9%
30Georgia$2,267,9860.2%99.1%
31Maryland$1,742,5920.2%99.3%
32Wyoming$1,658,0660.2%99.4%
33Utah$1,227,9040.1%99.6%
34Nevada$975,7990.1%99.7%
35New York$879,2300.1%99.8%
36Pennsylvania$692,0240.1%99.8%
37Arizona$637,4730.1%99.9%
38Delaware$542,4300.1%100.0%
39New Jersey$135,2110.0%100.0%
40Florida$115,3260.0%100.0%
41Iowa$112,4110.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$31,7640.0%100.0%
43Maine$31,0810.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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