Wheat Subsidies in Riverside County, California totaled $755,458 in 2018

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 2018

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$380,525,44520.9%20.9%
2Kansas$206,602,28511.3%32.2%
3Montana$206,459,64311.3%43.6%
4Texas$157,555,5898.7%52.2%
5Oklahoma$118,600,5166.5%58.7%
6South Dakota$105,054,1615.8%64.5%
7Colorado$80,988,0914.4%69.0%
8Idaho$75,529,9654.1%73.1%
9Washington$63,492,2823.5%76.6%
10Minnesota$53,984,0043.0%79.6%
11Nebraska$44,829,0592.5%82.0%
12Missouri$39,577,8372.2%84.2%
13Oregon$26,375,2201.4%85.6%
14Illinois$25,417,1471.4%87.0%
15California$22,181,3771.2%88.3%
16Ohio$22,016,7351.2%89.5%
17Michigan$21,460,7701.2%90.6%
18Arkansas$20,562,2141.1%91.8%
19Kentucky$19,493,2121.1%92.8%
20North Carolina$17,189,6590.9%93.8%
21Tennessee$14,594,6650.8%94.6%
22Indiana$14,477,9170.8%95.4%
23New Mexico$9,703,3800.5%95.9%
24Arizona$7,791,9990.4%96.3%
25Virginia$7,561,6990.4%96.8%
26Wisconsin$6,885,2710.4%97.1%
27Wyoming$6,656,4110.4%97.5%
28Utah$6,292,0650.3%97.9%
29Georgia$6,224,0860.3%98.2%
30Mississippi$5,988,5490.3%98.5%
31South Carolina$5,313,7670.3%98.8%
32Alabama$5,164,0040.3%99.1%
33Maryland$4,603,1490.3%99.4%
34New York$3,561,5940.2%99.5%
35Louisiana$3,308,4720.2%99.7%
36Pennsylvania$1,973,9390.1%99.8%
37Delaware$1,365,9460.1%99.9%
38Nevada$691,2300.0%99.9%
39Florida$277,6360.0%100.0%
40Iowa$266,3480.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$264,8930.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$64,9070.0%100.0%
43Maine$38,0240.0%100.0%
44Vermont$8,2660.0%100.0%
45Alaska$1,3110.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$5830.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$4210.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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