Sorghum Subsidies in Independence County, Arkansas totaled $24,349 in 2019

States Receiving sorghum subsidies, 2019

Rank State Sorghum Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$53,960,32750.7%50.7%
2Texas$27,043,62725.4%76.1%
3Colorado$7,272,5426.8%82.9%
4Oklahoma$6,596,3786.2%89.1%
5South Dakota$5,583,8855.2%94.3%
6Nebraska$2,206,5282.1%96.4%
7New Mexico$1,186,0531.1%97.5%
8Missouri$630,3590.6%98.1%
9Arkansas$511,6080.5%98.6%
10Illinois$315,3690.3%98.9%
11Louisiana$244,0220.2%99.1%
12North Carolina$138,2380.1%99.3%
13Maryland$125,5620.1%99.4%
14Indiana$120,5460.1%99.5%
15Georgia$119,9260.1%99.6%
16South Carolina$88,2250.1%99.7%
17Mississippi$76,2450.1%99.7%
18Delaware$65,7420.1%99.8%
19Kentucky$50,8260.0%99.9%
20Tennessee$44,1720.0%99.9%
21Virginia$40,3510.0%99.9%
22Alabama$27,9580.0%100.0%
23Pennsylvania$16,7470.0%100.0%
24New Jersey$9,4090.0%100.0%
25California$8,2260.0%100.0%
26Florida$4,0060.0%100.0%
27Arizona$1480.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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