Canola Subsidies in California totaled $63,115 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving canola subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Canola Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$768,611,92587.3%87.3%
2Minnesota$40,287,1554.6%91.9%
3Oklahoma$24,899,6102.8%94.8%
4Montana$14,619,0261.7%96.4%
5Idaho$11,075,0721.3%97.7%
6Kansas$6,202,8380.7%98.4%
7Washington$4,620,8510.5%98.9%
8Oregon$2,961,7750.3%99.2%
9Texas$2,538,7390.3%99.5%
10Kentucky$743,4920.1%99.6%
11Alabama$708,2730.1%99.7%
12South Dakota$612,2580.1%99.8%
13Colorado$371,8720.0%99.8%
14North Carolina$368,1490.0%99.9%
15Georgia$353,6970.0%99.9%
16South Carolina$305,4060.0%99.9%
17Tennessee$234,4890.0%100.0%
18Maine$155,2090.0%100.0%
19Illinois$88,1640.0%100.0%
20California$63,1150.0%100.0%
21Michigan$39,1600.0%100.0%
22Pennsylvania$21,1680.0%100.0%
23Wisconsin$12,3900.0%100.0%
24Arizona$11,4130.0%100.0%
25Missouri$7,9250.0%100.0%
26Utah$4,6060.0%100.0%
27Nebraska$2,4550.0%100.0%
28Florida$2,4260.0%100.0%
29Indiana$1,9150.0%100.0%
30Ohio$1,2380.0%100.0%
31Arkansas$1,1970.0%100.0%
32Wyoming$1,1300.0%100.0%
33West Virginia$9090.0%100.0%
34New York$7680.0%100.0%
35Iowa$5880.0%100.0%
36Virginia$3230.0%100.0%
37Mississippi$880.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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