Commodity subsidies in Mississippi County, Arkansas totaled $12.2 million in 2011

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='totalfarm' and regtype='STATE' and m2011!=0 ORDER BY m2011 DESC

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2011

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$470,575,2979.3%9.3%
2Illinois$416,029,2948.2%17.6%
3Texas$388,901,4977.7%25.3%
4Kansas$313,413,3296.2%31.5%
5Nebraska$303,925,5246.0%37.5%
6Minnesota$290,996,2075.8%43.3%
7Arkansas$239,047,9984.7%48.0%
8North Dakota$217,673,3024.3%52.3%
9Indiana$214,174,8684.2%56.6%
10Missouri$174,588,2643.5%60.1%
11Ohio$156,492,4723.1%63.2%
12North Carolina$152,894,6373.0%66.2%
13South Dakota$148,444,4792.9%69.1%
14California$139,863,4302.8%71.9%
15Louisiana$128,695,4122.6%74.5%
16Mississippi$124,123,2462.5%76.9%
17Georgia$112,552,2002.2%79.1%
18Oklahoma$111,430,7372.2%81.4%
19Wisconsin$104,320,8912.1%83.4%
20Montana$100,477,7492.0%85.4%
21Kentucky$96,227,1331.9%87.3%
22Michigan$82,039,4961.6%89.0%
23Colorado$71,053,7051.4%90.4%
24Washington$65,588,0161.3%91.7%
25Tennessee$60,258,5381.2%92.9%
26Idaho$51,590,5981.0%93.9%
27Alabama$45,003,5130.9%94.8%
28South Carolina$42,803,3680.8%95.6%
29Virginia$39,085,4610.8%96.4%
30Arizona$30,522,8590.6%97.0%
31Oregon$26,058,9140.5%97.5%
32New York$24,632,3860.5%98.0%
33Pennsylvania$21,554,5800.4%98.4%
34New Mexico$17,399,5980.3%98.8%
35Maryland$15,697,8510.3%99.1%
36Florida$14,039,5430.3%99.4%
37Wyoming$6,610,5250.1%99.5%
38Utah$6,330,4150.1%99.6%
39Delaware$5,947,0960.1%99.7%
40New Jersey$3,439,9860.1%99.8%
41Maine$2,565,2490.1%99.9%
42West Virginia$2,216,8810.0%99.9%
43Vermont$1,727,2880.0%99.9%
44Massachusetts$1,094,2530.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$644,0870.0%100.0%
46Nevada$620,0510.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$434,9620.0%100.0%
48Alaska$252,5550.0%100.0%
49Hawaii$114,0340.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$68,0140.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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