Soybean Subsidies in Colorado totaled $299,075 in 2010

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 2010

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$197,101,08112.3%12.3%
2Illinois$187,592,65211.8%24.1%
3Minnesota$168,416,85210.6%34.7%
4South Dakota$111,655,9367.0%41.6%
5Indiana$110,986,0007.0%48.6%
6Missouri$102,669,0616.4%55.0%
7Nebraska$98,583,2496.2%61.2%
8Ohio$94,806,3175.9%67.1%
9North Dakota$89,911,2285.6%72.8%
10Kansas$79,142,8435.0%77.7%
11Arkansas$56,662,8373.5%81.3%
12Mississippi$42,555,1442.7%84.0%
13North Carolina$38,128,6362.4%86.3%
14Michigan$35,497,7532.2%88.6%
15Wisconsin$33,492,6322.1%90.7%
16Kentucky$28,412,4241.8%92.4%
17Tennessee$26,554,1971.7%94.1%
18Louisiana$24,103,7201.5%95.6%
19Virginia$10,809,5320.7%96.3%
20South Carolina$10,026,9590.6%96.9%
21Maryland$9,813,6620.6%97.5%
22Pennsylvania$7,502,2280.5%98.0%
23Oklahoma$7,121,9420.4%98.5%
24Alabama$6,461,4960.4%98.9%
25Texas$5,926,7590.4%99.2%
26Georgia$4,204,3720.3%99.5%
27Delaware$3,546,1630.2%99.7%
28New York$2,066,9390.1%99.8%
29New Jersey$1,506,1080.1%99.9%
30Florida$415,6340.0%100.0%
31Colorado$299,0750.0%100.0%
32West Virginia$253,6630.0%100.0%
33Vermont$26,6090.0%100.0%
34Maine$9,7350.0%100.0%
35Montana$1,5810.0%100.0%
36New Mexico$1,4890.0%100.0%
37Oregon$1,0990.0%100.0%
38Washington$9780.0%100.0%
39Arizona$4990.0%100.0%
40Utah$4470.0%100.0%
41California$3730.0%100.0%
42New Hampshire$3020.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$1670.0%100.0%
44Idaho$1590.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$1370.0%100.0%
46Wyoming$1320.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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