Corn Subsidies in Sedgwick County, Colorado totaled $1.6 million in 2019

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2019

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$379,148,34213.9%13.9%
2Illinois$306,333,52411.2%25.2%
3Iowa$248,343,2719.1%34.3%
4Nebraska$232,699,9628.5%42.8%
5Minnesota$230,959,0418.5%51.3%
6North Dakota$190,827,8407.0%58.3%
7Kansas$173,448,1456.4%64.6%
8Missouri$158,321,7435.8%70.4%
9Indiana$152,498,5705.6%76.0%
10Wisconsin$112,726,6834.1%80.2%
11Ohio$111,497,3094.1%84.3%
12Michigan$59,862,7582.2%86.5%
13Texas$59,379,8122.2%88.6%
14Kentucky$46,505,6121.7%90.4%
15Colorado$41,323,2391.5%91.9%
16Mississippi$34,472,3851.3%93.1%
17Arkansas$29,629,9631.1%94.2%
18North Carolina$21,123,7490.8%95.0%
19Tennessee$20,567,4440.8%95.8%
20Pennsylvania$20,202,4230.7%96.5%
21Louisiana$17,440,9530.6%97.1%
22New York$15,347,9920.6%97.7%
23Virginia$11,218,4350.4%98.1%
24South Carolina$10,648,5080.4%98.5%
25Maryland$9,873,3030.4%98.9%
26Oklahoma$8,154,9680.3%99.2%
27Alabama$6,177,7270.2%99.4%
28Georgia$4,314,2990.2%99.5%
29Delaware$3,253,5910.1%99.7%
30Wyoming$1,754,8900.1%99.7%
31New Mexico$1,439,7250.1%99.8%
32Vermont$1,055,7670.0%99.8%
33New Jersey$982,5000.0%99.9%
34Idaho$651,5470.0%99.9%
35West Virginia$598,3040.0%99.9%
36Montana$569,5400.0%99.9%
37Florida$527,9680.0%99.9%
38California$483,6040.0%100.0%
39Arizona$442,0000.0%100.0%
40Oregon$277,3670.0%100.0%
41Utah$110,8400.0%100.0%
42Washington$107,5520.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$83,0960.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$60,5910.0%100.0%
45Nevada$7,9100.0%100.0%
46Maine$4,8320.0%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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