Commodity subsidies in Washington County, Colorado totaled $199 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$20,472,095,7069.2%9.2%
2Texas$19,253,705,0798.6%17.8%
3Illinois$18,525,056,2928.3%26.1%
4Nebraska$14,370,975,7696.4%32.5%
5Minnesota$13,323,446,6326.0%38.4%
6Kansas$12,172,304,1355.4%43.9%
7Arkansas$11,114,741,1875.0%48.9%
8Indiana$9,494,235,1384.2%53.1%
9North Dakota$8,852,690,3044.0%57.1%
10California$7,550,215,6893.4%60.5%
11Missouri$7,262,552,8703.2%63.7%
12Mississippi$7,124,355,9913.2%66.9%
13South Dakota$7,078,992,6133.2%70.1%
14Ohio$7,053,214,1113.2%73.2%
15Georgia$5,808,123,6512.6%75.8%
16Wisconsin$5,608,559,8832.5%78.3%
17Louisiana$5,161,441,8072.3%80.6%
18North Carolina$4,351,516,5471.9%82.6%
19Oklahoma$4,267,328,1561.9%84.5%
20Michigan$3,940,032,1171.8%86.2%
21Montana$3,480,189,9561.6%87.8%
22Tennessee$2,917,531,9331.3%89.1%
23Kentucky$2,826,910,1221.3%90.4%
24Colorado$2,771,079,2331.2%91.6%
25Washington$2,663,757,4261.2%92.8%
26Alabama$2,297,014,8481.0%93.8%
27Idaho$2,124,570,6551.0%94.8%
28New York$1,585,690,4710.7%95.5%
29Arizona$1,404,724,3890.6%96.1%
30Virginia$1,400,833,8200.6%96.7%
31Pennsylvania$1,374,703,2080.6%97.4%
32South Carolina$1,361,951,8470.6%98.0%
33Oregon$981,708,7530.4%98.4%
34Maryland$732,024,6130.3%98.7%
35New Mexico$725,560,8090.3%99.1%
36Florida$640,242,0370.3%99.3%
37Utah$284,145,4320.1%99.5%
38Wyoming$272,564,6680.1%99.6%
39Delaware$228,968,3330.1%99.7%
40Vermont$205,212,6400.1%99.8%
41New Jersey$119,829,0480.1%99.8%
42Maine$87,333,1000.0%99.9%
43West Virginia$86,235,5780.0%99.9%
44Connecticut$48,435,5560.0%99.9%
45Massachusetts$47,410,0110.0%100.0%
46Nevada$35,439,4780.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$32,710,7800.0%100.0%
48Alaska$10,165,4290.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$2,709,7270.0%100.0%
50Hawaii$2,570,8830.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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